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post #1 of 4 Old 12-16-2012, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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It would be cool if you added the feature to re-program the distance till end for us guys that have larger than stock fuel tanks.

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The dealership is already capable of doing this. No tuner required.

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Yes

And the dealer can reprogram tire size, tpms, etc. but H and S offers these features in the tuner. I hate letting the dealer touch my truck and it would be much faster if we could just do it ourselves.

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The fuel tank sizing option has been discussed here, and thus far the demand has been too low to justify the time and maintenance it is to have it on the head unit itself. BUT, we can add something like this quite easily to the MCC software. I'll put it on my list!
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