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I do the deceleration part many times on the freeway without disturbing anyone but in the Saab and Volvo cases it does not need to go to 20mph. I bring it up to 70-80 and coats down to 50 a few times to set flywheel adaption.
Setting the cruise at around 50-55 mph and drive for as long stretches as possible a couple of drives with a 4 minute wait and idle in between. Keeping the rpm below 2000 is more important while cruising than the speed.
Each year and model have different tricks of the trade of both brands.
As I said, all resets of codes will reset smog monitors.
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