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post #1 of 43 Old 11-05-2008, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Another Spartan question

When changing from say the 150 tune to the 210 tune, do you have to reload the stock file and then go to the 210 or can you go straight from the 150 to the 210 ?
Don't mean to sound so stupid, but computers are not my strong suite.
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if i am correct and i do believe i am you can go from tune to tune with no problems.
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I switch between the tunes w/o returning to stock and have never had a problem
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Thanks..I thought you could,,,but wasn't sure.
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if i am correct and i do believe i am you can go from tune to tune with no problems.
Your correct. No need to go back to stock its just as waste of time. Only time I return to stock is when I upgrade the firmware on the DD.

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Your correct. No need to go back to stock its just as waste of time. Only time I return to stock is when I upgrade the firmware on the DD.

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Now if I could just get the gauges on the DD to work...
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Now if I could just get the gauges on the DD to work...
What OBD-II setting do you have it set under?

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What OBD-II setting do you have it set under?
Not sure, don't even know where to look to tell you....Give me direction and I'll check.
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I believe there is a diagnosis button on the main menu screen

When you go into that there should be a single line at the top that says something like OBD generic A, B, C, I think, I haven't checked it in a while

Any way make sure your on the first one and the exit out of that menu

Then go to "gauges" and select the set up that you want

Then tap on the gauge and you should get a screen that gives a selection of what you want to read, engine temp, boost, EGT's, etc.

Then you can set the range you want to read, the low warning and then the high warning

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