It does a certain amount of re-setting and will incorporate any later software up-dates. The process is done via the OBD port.
Sometimes. but I know this is not always the case, the garage guy will plug his computer into the OBD port and the car will be taken for a spin. The computer shows the sate of the adaptions as the software, gearbox and road speed all start to get their act together. Worth being a passenger whilst this takes place. Quite interesting.
ZF now recommend an oil and filter change every 60k miles. My oil change cost a humble £340. Much cheaper than a new or recon gearbox.
It is a brilliant car, Paul. My best ever decision. The more I tweak it and drove it, the better it gets. Britain`s best bargain car at the moment.
The old S-type is with me again tomorrow for MOT. Now rapidly ageing with possibly a few underside issues beginning, I hope it will get through again for another year. Vince will then have had a reasonable time with the car to justify buying it. Decaying steel work is the biggest problem now affecting this model.