Ok so I guess my next question is do you have to have the higher up EFI controler. I just have the the basic one that I got from the shop that held the 5 tunes. Just the plane Autocal.
Or can I just save the file to the EFI program and put on the Autocal.
Sorry not to much of a techy guy here, lol
I have a 2009 GMC 2500HD 6.6 Duramax w/ Allison trans. I purchased the EDGE Evo HT2 programmer, downloaded the ignition software to the computer, got it all registered. Brought it to the truck plugged it in, it connects to the OBDII and can see the VIN and everything. Try to load a tune, it says...
Just bought a LMM with dpf delete and no programmer. It is getting horrible mileage...like 8-10mpg, is this due to not having the regen turned off. I see that everyone says that you need to turn it off, but i havent heard what happens if you dont. New to the Duramax since i just sold my 06...
Since Quadzilla's website is down, I wonder if it's possible to have a file sharing location such as we do for EFI Live. Be great for me so that when my new Stealth 2 LMM tuner arrives I will be able to use the new exhaust I just bought.
I ordered an autocal with delete tunes. Also an exhaust. They will be delivered this week. My question is: Can I go ahead and remove the exhaust and unplug the egr before my autocal arrives or should I leave it all in place to download the stock tune?
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