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You will need to swap within 300 miles.
NO, but you will only need to do the oil life reset when doing the off-road option.
Not a canned tune, took over a year to develop. If you drive in to our shop there are easier methods with the hands on the vehicle. However, when you are far away, then a handheld flash tool is the only method available on the market at this time. GDE responds quicker to email than any other communication platform.
Click on the link below. Use the proper instructions base on your model year.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1capQERpQSh9lq_0eisM2p8FT5xSRZhBW
Not without extensive electrical system changes, it would be cost prohibitive. Same displacement, but the Colorado diesel is a ground up redesign from the Liberty CRD engine.
If you are waiting for engine and trans tune together, just get the engine tune now and it is easy to add the trans tune later on via email. It is better to stage them anyway, so you can better decipher the effects of each tune.
We have a few pilot customers running our beta trans tune to get feedback. It should be ready in a few weeks. The manual mode is still ERS and EFI Live does not have this portion of the software mapped out, so no changes to its function at this time.
Send us an email about this. This forum is not regularly checked.
Certainly. Plug in the stock ecm and drive. no setup necessary.
We have one customer that made it 371,000 miles on an ecodiesel ram with our tune. There are many stock engines that blow up with low miles,a tune cannot help with this field issue. However, the GDE tune reduces the soot in the oil by about 90%, this is directionally correct for improving bearing life and other rotating components. At full load the GDE tune still keeps turbo rotational speed within Garrett limits and that seems to be the weakest point on the stock hardware. Cylinder pressures are only 10% above OEM rated, this is still fine for an engine rated to 150,000 mile design life.
Jimbo James wrote:Hey guys what to do.
Accidentally got about 4 once’s of diesel anti gel in def tank. Have not started truck.


That little amount will have no ill effect.
Bluecharm wrote:I am having the same issue. Dealer wants approximately 3000 to place it. I am definitely going to get the hot tune but my question is can I just install blocker plates on the intake and EGR, remove the tube, leave the cooler in place and reroute the coolant piping?


If the cooler is leaking, replacing or removing are the only two options that will work.
The turbo kit is listed on the website for the Ram. It will also work on the WK2, but we did not make instructions for that vehicle specifically.
The GDE tune would the the first and most effective change you can make on this truck.
Helgaiden wrote:Will there be an EcoTune coming soon as well? Something that adds more response and adjusts curves like the hot tune but tweaked more for MPG than power? If so, any ETA? Thanks!


An ECO tune version would have the same fuel economy at steady start driving. It would just have a reduced torque limit and we could slow down the pedal response a bit to maybe eek out more mpg. The HOT tune is very fuel efficient if you drive conservatively.
 
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