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For anyone that has had the P249F fault, please contact us via email so that we can make arrangements to get an updated ECU to you with the fix for this.

The "off-road tuning" option is for those people that wish to remove their aftertreatment system from the vehicle. It will work with and with-out the sensors installed and the DEF tank can be removed completely from the vehicle. You can watch your DEF gauge sit at 50% for forever.

We're working on an upgraded single VGT for the EcoDiesels now and have some parts en route. Likely a kit would be available sometime next year after validation has been completed. The biggest downfall to the installation is that removing the turbo requires the engine to be removed from the vehicle. Twins won't fit into the WK's engine bay, there's just no room to do it right and have it packaged correctly and servicable.

Well, if you need a test WK2 for a bigger VGT, I'll drop off my Jeep, just let me know when!

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Re: green diesel engineering tune

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For anyone that has had the P249F fault, please contact us via email so that we can make arrangements to get an updated ECU to you with the fix for this.

The "off-road tuning" option is for those people that wish to remove their aftertreatment system from the vehicle. It will work with and with-out the sensors installed and the DEF tank can be removed completely from the vehicle. You can watch your DEF gauge sit at 50% for forever.

We're working on an upgraded single VGT for the EcoDiesels now and have some parts en route. Likely a kit would be available sometime next year after validation has been completed. The biggest downfall to the installation is that removing the turbo requires the engine to be removed from the vehicle. Twins won't fit into the WK's engine bay, there's just no room to do it right and have it packaged correctly and servicable.
If one were to use the "off-road tuning," would the vehicle still pass OBD-II checks? Like if they hooked up the vehicle, would all sensors report as ready?
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If one were to use the "off-road tuning," would the vehicle still pass OBD-II checks? Like if they hooked up the vehicle, would all sensors report as ready?
Absolutely so. Your DEF gauge will also sit at 50% all the time, so any on-looker to the vehicle will be none the wiser that you're missing a few parts (I believe this part is something that our others competitors doesn't offer).
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

Just curious. How many of you with the GDE tune also have the Max Care warranty?


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Just curious. How many of you with the GDE tune also have the Max Care warranty?


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Just curious. How many of you with the GDE tune also have the Max Care warranty?


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I plan on purchasing Max Care before my 12 month mark. I worry about QL, radio and electronics, and maybe the HPFP on the engine cause of our generally crud fuel here in the U.S.
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I plan on purchasing Max Care before my 12 month mark. I worry about QL, radio and electronics, and maybe the HPFP on the engine cause of our generally crud fuel here in the U.S.
I thought Ziegler allows a period of 4 years or 48,000 miles before buying a service plan. Enjoy the 3/36,000 first. My 2014 has 22,000 and besides the SCR catalyst and a loose heat shield around the exhaust it has been great.
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I thought Ziegler allows a period of 4 years or 48,000 miles before buying a service plan. Enjoy the 3/36,000 first. My 2014 has 22,000 and besides the SCR catalyst and a loose heat shield around the exhaust it has been great.

Right, but the price goes up after 12 months doesn't it?
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Right, but the price goes up after 12 months doesn't it?

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Right, but the price goes up after 12 months doesn't it?
Like $100 or so, hardly worth rushing into LT ecodiesel commitment
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

Can someone at GDE please tell us what the Hot Tune Update on your website is for? What are we getting for the extra $50.00 if we mail our ECU in for the Re-flash? Thanks.
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Can someone at GDE please tell us what the Hot Tune Update on your website is for? What are we getting for the extra $50.00 if we mail our ECU in for the Re-flash? Thanks.
I think you'll find the answers you're looking for HERE.


From that link, here's what GDE had to say:

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The contents of the new release are as follows:

Fault detection thresholds for P0171/P0172 increased to catch only gross failures
P249F (time to reach regen temperature setpoint too long) resolved
P015E (time to activate injector learning function in overrun too long) resolved
Ability to clear codes with engine running (previously functioned only with key on engine off)
Improvement to broadcast fuel flow rate accuracy
Improvement for broadcast scan tool readiness status
Modification to fault detection threshold for CCV hose disconnected: will support running an auxiliary separator but will still detect crankcase pressurization (threshold is > -0.007psi, to prevent crankshaft main seals' damage)
“Change Oil Soon” now displays at 10% remaining instead of 5% remaining due to improved distance between fuel fills. Interval still 10000mi / 16100km.
Enhancements to vehicle drivability and driver’s torque requests
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