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Old 05-01-2014, 09:46 AM
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SCT 3015R Tuner High Idle?

I just installed a 3015R tuner and 4" down pipe back straight pipe on my buddies 6.4. Everything runs fantastic, however before I installed the tuner the truck idled at around 500-600 rpms, now the idle has jumped to 800-900 rpms. Seems like a waste of fuel to have it idling that high, is there anyway to turn it down? The programmer mentions idle adjustment, however I couldn't find it in any of the options, even after returning to stock, it still idles high. Maybe someone familiar with the tuner could help out here? Maybe it is normal?
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Old 05-01-2014, 09:50 AM
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Plug the exhaust sensors in and tie them to the frame
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Plug the exhaust sensors in and tie them to the frame
^^^^ this will solve your problem
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Old 05-02-2014, 11:01 AM
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Ok thanks guys! had no idea i had to do that LOL
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i'm is idling kind of high like youve mentioned, but i believe i dont have any bung in my after market exhaust???? so what would i do?
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i'm is idling kind of high like youve mentioned, but i believe i dont have any bung in my after market exhaust???? so what would i do?
ziptie your sensors to the frame.

Speaking of these sensors, what is the PN for the middle one? I jacked mine up getting it out, and even though its just on the frame, it's driving me nuts (weird, I know).
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