Reviewed By Michael S (Neenah, WI) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —1/8/2014 4:49 PM
It does have a auto restart feature in the case the OS freezes. Was hoping for more control over the economized tuner but it is still new and I am learning
Reviewed By Michael S (Neenah, WI) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —6/30/2013 7:51 PM
At first I wasn't sure if it really was working cause I couldn't really see big changes but after about a month I noticed the mpg gains. The power increase was quite amazing too. I feel this is a great product and as they say" you get what you pay for ". Already thinking about upgrading to the IQ.
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