iDRIVE THROTTLE CONTROLLER
How It Works
How To Install
Rather than a traditional accelerator cable, many modern vehicles use 'fly by wire' throttle technology. This system relies on a sensor that measures the pedal pressure and position and sends a signal to the vehicle's engine computer which converts to acceleration. Many of these fly by wire systems have a noticeable delay. iDRIVE allows you to tune the signal from the accelerator pedal with multiple inbuilt settings to ensure you find a setting that suits your driving style, although there are other products on the market that can offer this performance.
So what makes iDRIVE different?
iDRIVE includes an automatic control function that changes the level of throttle performance based on pedal pressure. So if you are in traffic and accelerating gently the iDRIVE will select setting 1. If you are accelerating hard to overtake, towing a heavy trailer, or just having fun the iDRIVE will select 9. The result is the smoothest aftermarket control module on the market. We are so confident you will love your iDRIVE if you don't we will give you your money back.
How To Install
Turn ignition off, remove keys from car.
Unplug your vehicles factory accelerator plug.
Plug the iDRIVE connector into the vehicle’s accelerator pedal. The iDRIVE connector should fit easily into position, be cautious not to force into position as this can potentially damage the plug. Although removing the accelerator pedal from the firewall is not required, it may make access to the plug easier.
Connect your factory pedal plug to the remaining iDRIVE plug.
Using cable ties supplied, securely mount the iDRIVE cable in a position that will not affect the operation of the pedals/steering mechanicals.
Mount the control module on the dash in a position that is easy to access. You may want to check the position at night to ensure the display doesn’t affect night driving.
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