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DFM is it always on even in L and tow haul mode?

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  • 3 weeks later...
16 minutes ago, Jh8473 said:

I have no indication on my display when it switches.


Correct.  None of the 2019 T1 new body have a V8/V4 mode indicator as DFM is more than just V8/V4, its 17 different possible combinations of any of the 8 cylinders at any given time.  Pretty sure it would get obnoxious watching it go from V8 to V6 to V7 to V5 to V3 to V4 to V8 and so on.  

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there is a video on here and on you tube where a GM factory person rides along with a factory scanner of some kind plugged into the truck.  The amount of times and the speed at which it changes how many cylinders are active is impressive.

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