Not what I expected!
Reviewed By Willard J (CEDAR HILL, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Avalanche —3/26/2015 5:03 AM
Received the unit quickly, as I always do when ordering from AutoAnything. Reviewed the instructions to ensure I didn't screw up my ECU. Waited a few days before installing a new program. The installation was very simple and straight forward. The third day after the upload my truck started running rough and I started to get "Stabilitrak" and "Traction Control" errors. I had to pull over and program back to stock. Still had the same engine and alert issues. Took my truck to my trusted mechanic. It's now been a week, and it will be $4,000 to repair my engine. Trying to determine if the new program also uploaded a virus. Mechanic advised that to change the programing, it takes a more sophisticated unit.
Reviewed By Darren W (DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Dakota —3/25/2015 6:23 AM
I had an older programmer from Superchips. It wasn't updatable. This gives me an average of 3-5 miles per gallon on the 87 octane setting. Not to mention the extra power and torque. Not a lot you can change though. You can use it to adjust tire size to calibrate your speedometer. It also had a log feature that can be used to do 0-70 and up to a quarter mile run. Seems to be pretty accurate too! Loving my Superchips! Thanks AutoAnything!!