Reviewed By Joey A (West Bloomfield, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —3/25/2015 3:20 AM
I had the exact same model from amazon and it kept shutting down. Returned it and got it from auto anything and it works great.
Reviewed By Patrick M (Newberg, OR) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram —11/16/2010 5:24 AM
I love the feature that I can set a exhaust temperature to cool down to after stopping and when it attains that temp The engine will automatically turn it self off takes the guess work out of how long to idle before turning off the engine. It also gives you the ability to increase your power on the fly. I like the display a lot better than the original attitude I had a lot easier to read
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