Reviewed By DENNIS E (MEDFORD, OR) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram —10/10/2017 3:05 AM
unit is nice. It would be nice for us 75 year old customers if the printing in some areas was larger. thanks.
Reviewed By Clint T (POLSON, MT) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram —9/14/2017 8:30 PM
This is a great little programmer to add a little more power, but even better to keep track of your truck's systems. To be honest I would have liked to have gone with the cts2 after getting this, as you can track even more systems at the same time. For me it's nice being able to set up safety parameters for your truck. Finally it comes with a pyrometer that is not needed on the 2017 ram Cummins as your truck already has one in there and this will access it.
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