There are these so called procedures floating about the interweb claiming that performing a rain dance with your ignition and electronic accelerator pedal in drive-by-wire throttle vehicles, achieves some sort of calibration or lining up of the stars between 1. The electronic accelerator pedal 2. The ECU and 3. the throttle plate position within the throttle body. It usually consists of keying on the ignition without cranking the motor and pressing the gas pedal and releasing then turn key off, Lather Rinse Repeat, three or four times. Since throttle-by-wire systems feature two sensors on the pedal assembly and also on the throttle body which cross check the voltage, I say any perceived results from doing these things is placebo effect. What do you think, Legend or Legit?