*Subaru** Accesstuner Factory Table Descriptions*

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July 2024

# Introduction

This document provides descriptions of each of the factory (OEM) tables available to tune in the current Accesstuner software. Not all tables are available for all vehicles due to differences in vehicle hardware and/or engine control unit (ECU) capabilities. Some tables are only available in the latest ECU version (strategy) for a given vehicle. For help with tables specific to the COBB Custom Features, please see the separate tuning guide(s) where applicable.

# Glossary of Acronyms

- A/F = Air/Fuel
- AT = Automatic Transmission
- AVCS = Subaru's Active Valve Control System (i.e. variable valve timing)
- CL = Closed Loop fueling
- CVT = Continuously Variable Transmission
- DAM = Dynamic Advance Multiplier
- DIT = Subaru's "Direct Injection Turbo" motor
- EQ Ratio = Equivalence Ratio
- ECU = Engine Control Unit
- FXT = Forester XT model
- LGT = Legacy GT model
- MAF = Mass Airflow
- MT = Manual Transmission
- OL = Open Loop fueling
- RPM = Revolutions Per Minute (referring to engine speed)
- TGV = Tumble Generator Valve
- TPS = Throttle Position Sensor (or more generically referring to throttle position)
- VDC = Vehicle Dynamics Control
- VSS = Vehicle Speed Sensor (or more generically referring to vehicle speed)

- A/F = Air/Fuel

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** Gear Determination (1 Max,1 Min,2 Max,2 Min,3 Max,3 Min,4 Max,4 Min,5 Max,5 Min,6 Max,6 Min)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. Each cell in the table represents the rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st Max, 1st Min, 2nd Max, 2nd Min, 3rd Max, 3rd Min, 4th Max, 4th Min, 5th Max, 5th Min, 6th Max, 6th Min. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max cells for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2) A** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2) B** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2) C** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2) D** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2,2/3,3/4,4/5)(MT)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM for manual transmission cars. Each cell in the table represents the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st/2nd, 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, and 4th/5th. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2,2/3,3/4,4/5,5/6)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. Each cell in the table represents the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st/2nd, 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, 4th/5th and 5th/6th. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (1/2,2/3,3/4,4/5,5/6)(MT)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM for manual transmission cars. Each cell in the table represents the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st/2nd, 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, 4th/5th and 5th/6th. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (2/3) A** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (2/3) B** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (2/3) C** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (2/3) D** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (3/4) A** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (3/4) B** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (3/4) C** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (3/4) D** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (4/5) A** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (4/5) B** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (4/5) C** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (4/5) D** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (5/6) A** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (5/6) B** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (5/6) C** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max (5/6) D** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. The values represent the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears shown. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows :

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The tables should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the tables.

** Gear Determination Min/Max A (1/2,2/3,3/4,4/5,5/6)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. Each cell in the table represents the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st/2nd, 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, 4th/5th and 5th/6th. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging vehicle the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Min/Max B (1/2,2/3,3/4,4/5,5/6)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. Each cell in the table represents the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st/2nd, 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, 4th/5th and 5th/6th. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Min/Max C (1/2,2/3,3/4,4/5,5/6)** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. Each cell in the table represents the min/max rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st/2nd, 2nd/3rd, 3rd/4th, 4th/5th and 5th/6th. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined by logging the "Gear Speed Calculated" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM (in-gear with clutch engaged) and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max values for the given gear in the table.

** Gear Determination Thresholds** -> This is the rev/mile thresholds the ECU uses to estimate the current transmission gear based on vehicle speed and RPM. Each cell in the table represents the rev/mile thresholds determining the respective gears, as follows, in order: 1st Max, 1st Min, 2nd Max, 2nd Min, 3rd Max, 3rd Min, 4th Max, 4th Min, 5th Max, 5th Min, 6th Max, 6th Min. This table's values should only be changed if the transmission gear ratios have been changed from the factory set-up. The actual rev/mi value for the given vehicle and gear can be determined (in-gear with clutch engaged) by logging the "Gear Speed" monitor (where available) or by logging vehicle speed and RPM and calculating as follows:

(RPM * 60) / vehicle speed MPH

OR

(RPM * 96.5606) / vehicle speed KMH

The table should be tuned so the calculated value above for each gear represents the midpoint between the Min and Max cells for the given gear in the table. Where different gear thresholds overlap and gear speed falls in a range for both gears, the lower gear takes precedence.

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** Misfire Count MAP Threshold** -> If manifold absolute pressure is less than or equal to this threshold, the misfire count is may not be advanced when other conditions are also present. These include higher RPM, vehicle moving and others. Other ECU states may override this behavior. Note: This table has no impact at stationary idle.

** Misfire Detection Activation RPM Range** -> When RPM is within this range, misfire detection is enabled (if all other conditions are met). When RPM falls outside this range, misfire detection is potentially disabled.

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** Overrun Initial Enrichment Activation (Max. RPM Delta)** -> When the RPM delta is less than this value when exiting overrun fuel cut, then the "Overrun Initial Enrichment" will potentially be applied. RPM delta here is determined as: (current RPM - previous RPM) with additional filtering.

** P0606 Power Output/Acceleration Sanity Check Activation (Min. RPM)(Beta)** -> This is a beta table that governs the minimum engine speed for a power output/acceleration sanity check that the ECU performs that can trigger a P0606. When engine speed exceeds this table's value (with other conditions), the ECU will check the current estimated power and acceleration against a target model and if exceeded by a calculated threshold for the required time period, P0606 will be set. If engine speed is less than this table's value, this sanity check will be skipped.

WARNING - not thoroughly tested. Note: there are other triggers unrelated to power output/acceleration that can trigger P0606. These are not impacted by this table.

** P0607 Accelerator Position Sensor (Main) Synchronization Mode (WARNING - UNTESTED - USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!)** -> WARNING - UNTESTED - USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! This mode value determines the time synchronization of the accelerator position sensor (main) output which could potentially solve P0607 DTC issues on cars without mechanical issues.

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** Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode Min. RPM** -> The speed limits mode is activated when vehicle speed exceeds the "Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode On threshold " table and RPM exceeds the value in this table.

** Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode Off (Hysteresis)** -> When vehicle speed drops below the "Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode On" table less this hysteresis (Mode On - Mode Off hysteresis) when the speed limits mode is active, the mode becomes inactive and fueling will resume if a speed limits fuel cut is active.

** Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode On** -> When vehicle speed is greater than this value and RPM is greater than the min"Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode Min. RPM threshold" table, the speed limits mode is activated. When the speed limits mode is active and the speed limits primary threshold "Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) On" table is exceeded, a fuel cut will result.

** Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Off (Hysteresis)** -> When vehicle speed drops below the speed limit less hysteresis (primary on - primary off hysteresis), fueling will resume when the speed limits fuel cut has been previously activated"Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) On" table less this hysteresis (On - Off hysteresis) when the speed limit fuel cut is active, fueling will resume.

** Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) On** -> When vehicle speed is greater than this value, the speed limits fuel cut is potentially enabled. The speed limit mode must also be active which is dictated by the "Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode On" and "Speed Limits (Fuel Cut) Mode Min. RPM" tables being exceeded.

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