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ChuckTaylors27

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  1. So yesterday I went out to my truck to hop in after command starting and noticed my front, upper, parking light on the passenger side as well as the rear, upper, parking light on the passenger side was out. The lights will still light up say when hitting an unlock button. But they also went out seemingly at the same time so I dont think it's a bulb issue, maybe a fuse problem. Anybody have some insight on where to look for a fuse or another idea before I go buy bulbs? Also I was in the Bush and cracked the rear taillight right before noticing this but nothing happened to the front. Thanks guys
  2. Awesome info! My AFM doesn't seem to save much and I dont like the switch between 8 and 4, it feels too clunky and worries me that eventually it will cause problems. Will I see better savings after tune?
  3. ChuckTaylors27 3 Posted 18 hours ago Has anybody had any issues with BlackBear Autocal that was not a user problem? Anything specifically pertaining to ECU lockup? I heard about that happening on an 8 speed dodge but was okay on the 6 speed dodge. From what I hear and what I read, blackbear is the way to go. Mostly what I am looking for is drivability and to tighten the hell out of my transmission as I just put a new one in. Other things id like to take care of is the Active Fuel Management, Torque Management System, and change up my stabilitrak/TC preferences. Im not so concerned with running e85 or premium tunes as what I can tell being stock it really won't make a huge difference in engine preservation. Does anybody have any experiences or knowledge to share for what I will see in the future choosing BlackBear, or maybe some suggestions to add to my list for Justin? Thanks guys
  4. Has anybody had any issues with BlackBear Autocal that was not a user problem? Anything specifically pertaining to ECU lockup? I heard about that happening on an 8 speed dodge but was okay on the 6 speed dodge. From what I hear and what I read, blackbear is the way to go. Mostly what I am looking for is drivability and to tighten the hell out of my transmission as I just put a new one in. Other things id like to take care of is the Active Fuel Management, Torque Management System, and change up my stabilitrak/TC preferences. Im not so concerned with running e85 or premium tunes as what I can tell being stock it really won't make a huge difference in engine preservation. Does anybody have any experiences or knowledge to share for what I will see in the future choosing BlackBear, or maybe some suggestions to add to my list for Justin? Thanks guys
  5. Has anybody had any issues with BlackBear Autocal that was not a user problem? Anything specifically pertaining to ECU lockup? I heard about that happening on an 8 speed dodge but was okay on the 6 speed dodge. From what I hear and what I read, blackbear is the way to go. Mostly what I am looking for is drivability and to tighten the hell out of my transmission as I just put a new one in. Other things id like to take care of is the Active Fuel Management, Torque Management System, and change up my stabilitrak/TC preferences. Im not so concerned with running e85 or premium tunes as what I can tell being stock it really won't make a huge difference in engine preservation. Does anybody have any experiences or knowledge to share for what I will see in the future choosing BlackBear, or maybe some suggestions to add to my list for Justin? Thanks guys
  6. Any lifted rigs covered in chrome out there? This baby's getting one soon
  7. What size of wheels should I run on a 6 in lift? What kind?
  8. Hey guys, I decided to put a 6 inch BDS coil-over suspension lift on my 2014 ltz. Is there any additional parts that i will need like a longer drive shaft? Or is the the "complete" package truly complete?
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