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Programing sets a P1400 AFTERMARKET CALIBRATION DETECTED

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mikel wrote:
post up the last tune written and I will disable the code in the tune.



Who is this referring to? In addition to the code, what about the "unauthorized software detected" that my dealer noted as well? Is this going to clear it in whatever other module the code is stored in as well?


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in reference to anyone that would like it.

The code is stored in BCM, but if you disable it in PCM it wont show up.

If you put stock pcm back, code will come back. If dealer flashes over the tune/modified pcm, the code will likely appear again.
Mike Litsch
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mikel wrote:
in reference to anyone that would like it.

The code is stored in BCM, but if you disable it in PCM it wont show up.

If you put stock pcm back, code will come back. If dealer flashes over the tune/modified pcm, the code will likely appear again.


So that doesn't really fix anything then. The point is to put the stock PCM back in for service, so if that brings up the code again what is the point? This is beyond frustrating. This needs to be a priority and fixed before people start running into warranty issues.


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Would the code show up if you unlocked the stock PCM, then disable the code in the stock tune ?


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idangerous wrote:
Would the code show up if you unlocked the stock PCM, then disable the code in the stock tune ?

No, but once you restored the stock tune to the pcm or the dealer flashed the PCM, the code would come back.
Mike Litsch
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561-908-0040x4
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So whats the fix?


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Finding a fix for existing issues in the field is tough, but we're still looking.

We are close to a solution that keeps the code from triggering on a fresh install.
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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mikel wrote:
Finding a fix for existing issues in the field is tough, but we're still looking.

We are close to a solution that keeps the code from triggering on a fresh install.



Thanks, but what about for the folks like me (and others) that have the code stored already. That's a far bigger issue. Take care of the people that already dropped the $$$$$!


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mikel wrote:
Finding a fix for existing issues in the field is tough, but we're still looking.
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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mikel wrote:
mikel wrote:
Finding a fix for existing issues in the field is tough, but we're still looking.


Could you narrow the field of vehicles affected by this bs? I have a 2015 6.4/392 R/T Challenger. I was at the dealer a week ago. They plugged into the OBD and then huddled around the tablet but didn't say anything to me. I have an i2 so I can't check for the code. Based on this thread it looks like 2016 and newer Dodge vehicles show the code.


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rockazona wrote:
mikel wrote:
mikel wrote:
Finding a fix for existing issues in the field is tough, but we're still looking.


Could you narrow the field of vehicles affected by this bs? I have a 2015 6.4/392 R/T Challenger. I was at the dealer a week ago. They plugged into the OBD and then huddled around the tablet but didn't say anything to me. I have an i2 so I can't check for the code. Based on this thread it looks like 2016 and newer Dodge vehicles show the code.

Thus far no 6.4 cars have shown the code. Seems to be 5.7 and 6.2 cars, as well as most 5.7 Rams. My 17 SP will not throw the code.
Mike Litsch
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561-908-0040x4
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If I buy a CMR License can I turn this code off myself ?


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CMR tuning software is $2,500+ and is not sold to end-users... only dealers/tuners.... so, no....
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idangerous wrote:
If I buy a CMR License can I turn this code off myself ?

Ill turn it off in the tune, b ut it doesnt truly resolve the issue.
Code will come back if dealer flashes the pcm or if stock pcm is reinstalled.
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
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Apparently it also happens on the Demon when the Dealer installs the PCM with the race gas tune, with the exception being that they get to keep their powertrain warranty.

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