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When it comes to horsepower, dropping cylinders is a recipe for flat-lined performance. This especially holds true with Active Fuel Management (AFM) systems installed on V8-powered rides and rigs. While they're great for saving you at the pump, turning a V8 monster into a wheezing 4-banger understandably kills performance. Wake up all 8 of those potent pistons for full-time power with the Range Technologies Active Fuel Management Disable Device.

If Active Fuel Management has a stranglehold on your ride, the Range Technologies Active Fuel Management Disable Device is the answer. This powerful module completely disables AFM, allowing your ride to run on 8 cylinders constantly. All it takes is a few seconds to locate the diagnostic port in your ride and plug in the Range Technologies Active Fuel Management Disable Device. This results in a more responsive ride with all 8-cylinders available full-time and ready for action.

No adjustments are needed to enjoy the full performance of the Range Technologies Active Fuel Management Disable Device. And all changes are fully reversible, so if you need to restore the stock Active Fuel Management program, simply turn off the engine and unplug the device. Say goodbye to unpredictable power and snail-like acceleration with a Range Technologies Active Fuel Management Disable Device. Best of all, Range backs their Disable Device with a 1-year warranty.

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544 Customer Reviews

2015 Silverado

Reviewed by Todd R (Rockwell City, IA) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado — Tuesday at 1:54 PM

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Works just as described! Love this thing, keeps my 2015 Silverado in V8 at all times!

awesome upgrade

Reviewed by Richard C (North Reading, MA) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado — Feb 07, 2017 8:54 AM

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I stumbled across this device and what a find. I hated the 4cyl. mode of my Silverado from the day I bought it. It's a much more enjoyable driving experience being in V8 all the time. Thus far according to my trucks mpg rating I haven't lost any mileage either not that I'd mind if I did it's worth losing a mpg or 2 to drive in V8.

Fingers Crossed

Reviewed by Melisa P (Cheshire, CT) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Suburban — Feb 07, 2017 6:36 AM

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After replacing all of the lifters and reading multiple posts about people who had to go back and replace them again because of the AFM problem I figured I would spend the $190 just to be safe. Now that I've run the truck for a few weeks it certainly seems to be doing what it supposed to do. Why does the Blue light flash on and off every once in a while?? Probably should go back and read the manual huh? Auto Anything Rocks!

Well worth the $$$$$$

Reviewed by Rick C (Altoona, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra — Feb 07, 2017 3:04 AM

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I installed this on my 07 sierra. Simple as can be. I've noticed more power and acceleration. Transmission seems to shift smoother. Great investment.

I've got full time 8 cylinders finally. HOOAH!!!

Reviewed by Jeffrey H (COLUMBIA, TN) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Camaro — Feb 06, 2017 8:16 PM

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I didn't believe it was that easy, but I just plugged it in and now no more AFM BULLSHIT. The only thing I have to be careful of is not hitting it with my foot but no problem so far. LOVE IT! HOOAH!!!

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