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Range Auto Stop Disabler Qs?


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I installed my Range 003 yesterday on my 6.2L 10 speed.  I purchased directly from Range.  So far it appears to be working as advertised.  Start stop and DFM are both disabled.  This morning I did notice and "slight" RPM bounce going about 40 with very light throttle.  It was only about 200 RPM and who knows.... it may have done it without the disabler.  I will keep an eye on it.
 
-Eli

On a 2019 or 2020??? Didn’t think Range had those out?


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23 hours ago, Tjeli said:

I installed my Range 003 yesterday on my 6.2L 10 speed.  I purchased directly from Range.  So far it appears to be working as advertised.  Start stop and DFM are both disabled.  This morning I did notice and "slight" RPM bounce going about 40 with very light throttle.  It was only about 200 RPM and who knows.... it may have done it without the disabler.  I will keep an eye on it.

 

-Eli

 

Similar issue. Installed the Range 005 on my 2020 Sierra 5.3 8 speed right after purchase. It surges at low speed with constant light throttle pressure, anywhere from 20-40mph when just cruising around town. It is usually subtle but often enough to sway my head forward and backwards as the RPMs jump around. Removed the Range device this week and it seems to have stopped. I'm going to drive it for a week or two and then re-install to make sure, but it is very disappointing to spend that much money and have it so degrade the driveability of the truck.

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On 10/10/2020 at 4:21 PM, O Town Denali said:

Any issues with battery drain on the 19/20's.  I have my range installed and drive the truck daily but wondering if I should unplug it if it sits for 2-3 days.  From what I have read it does not seem to be a problem.  Thanks

I've had mine sit for 5 days without starting and no issues

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