It won't get rid of the APR reflash entirely as it is stored in non-volitile memory. It will however delete all of the volitile memory... (the parameters you have set by the way you drive etc..)FastAddict said:Alright, one more quick question I havent found the answer to. Will disconnecting the battery get rid of my APR reflash?
The worst case scenario is that the APR program will go into a psuedo "valet" mode and you will have to re-activate it. Your APR guy should do this gratis.
Sounds like a good excuse to pick up some goodies anyway! O0