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Re: green diesel engineering tune

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That is the same thing as ordering the clone ecm and just keeping the clone. We do not need your stock ecm, just the following: VIN, if equipped with adaptive cruise and/or hill descent, select speed control, if is a Summit or Overland, and the injector codes.

Hope this clears it up.
Sorry if it's posted earlier, but how much is that?

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Re: green diesel engineering tune

The tune is $750 and the ecm core charge is $650.
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

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That is the same thing as ordering the clone ecm and just keeping the clone. We do not need your stock ecm, just the following: VIN, if equipped with adaptive cruise and/or hill descent, select speed control, if is a Summit or Overland, and the injector codes.
Injector codes?
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The tune is $750 and the ecm core charge is $650.
Is your tune based off of the latest RRT map or how does that work?

Say a new RRT that comes in and fixes a lot of stuff, could I send in both ECU's (stock and your tune) for $100 and have you copy over the stock RRT and apply the tune on top of it? I guess what I'm getting at is what baseline does your tune work off of and would there ever be a need to adapt/tweak your tune as future RRT's come out from Jeep.
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Injector codes?
There are two bat codes on the front of the injector pump. When you are standing in formula of the jeep looking into the engine bay the injector pump is on the front of the engine towards the passenger side. If you look behind the intercooler inlet pipe you will see the pump. You can see the white label with the bat codes but you will need to push soft house to the side to get a good picture of the bar codes.
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It's the stickers on the pump cover on the front left of the motor.
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Is your tune based off of the latest RRT map or how does that work?

Say a new RRT that comes in and fixes a lot of stuff, could I send in both ECU's (stock and your tune) for $100 and have you copy over the stock RRT and apply the tune on top of it? I guess what I'm getting at is what baseline does your tune work off of and would there ever be a need to adapt/tweak your tune as future RRT's come out from Jeep.
Our tune is based off the latest release. Any RRTs coming out mid model year are only service fixes for problem codes and typically do not add functionality. We could update ecm if you really want them, but it would make no difference in how the engine works with our tune. The tuning already addresses the problem areas on this application.
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For everyone looking to replace or remove the ECU it is located on the passenger side of the engine bay. It's in between the radiator overflow bottle and a fuse box. An 8mm wrench is used to remove the three boys securing the ECU in.
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For everyone looking to replace or remove the ECU it is located on the passenger side of the engine bay. It's in between the radiator overflow bottle and a fuse box. An 8mm wrench is used to remove the three boys securing the ECU in.
How does the Hot Tune behave just putz-in around, not really getting on it? Does the Tune make you feel like you want to get on the pedal more?
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How does the Hot Tune behave just putz-in around, not really getting on it? Does the Tune make you feel like you want to get on the pedal more?
Besides the extra torque allowing you to remain in the higher gears on hills and the increase in mileage you won't know it isn't stock. It drives like it did before the tune. Definitely smoother on accelerating and getting to your desired speed.
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Besides the extra torque allowing you to remain in the higher gears on hills and the increase in mileage you won't know it isn't stock. It drives like it did before the tune. Definitely smoother on accelerating and getting to your desired speed.
Are you/do you use any type of diesel fuel additives? Or just fill and add nothing?
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Are you/do you use any type of diesel fuel additives? Or just fill and add nothing?
I'm just using standard diesel, no addetives. I tried cetane boosters in my 07 but noticed nothing for power, sound, or mileage. I have a friend with an older powerstroke that cetane boosters make idling quieter.
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