Reviewed By STEVE K (Largo, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tundra —5/2/2016 4:26 AM
Works Great ! i noticed an immediate improvement in throttle response and a slight increase in power.
Reviewed By Marcos E (CHICAGO, IL) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —4/21/2016 7:53 AM
This item is worth the price and so easy to instal, the performance is very noticeable and love that you can turn the switch to different modes. there is a small flaw. The connection to the chip from the wire of the button was manufacture wrong so I had to file it down to make it connect in. the button from the witch is also sensitive, press it hard and it stays stuck down. But this item does what is says and I recommended to anyone with an electronic throttle pedal control computer.
Reviewed By wesley c (Powersville, MO) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford Ranger —4/7/2016 6:17 PM
I had to remove the wiring harness from the computer and remove the computer from the fire wall . I took the little plate off the back of computer and plugged the module in but it wasn't very stable and would wiggle and the truck would die . So I took a piece of a wooden paint stir stick and put in between edge of the module and the case of the computer and then put the supplied tape over it to hold it in place . A bigger job than they let on but it was worth it . It responds A LOT BETTER !
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