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Unplug tuner

Will my deleted truck still run if I take the tuner out? I was wanting to get my oil changed at a dealer and did not want them to see it.

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pretty sure it turns the tuner to NO POWER added setting and your truck will run fine. if it comes unplugged while driving, it stays on the last setting till you shut the truck off, then it goes to NO POWER setting.

... Im almost positive. either way, you can take it off..
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pretty sure it turns the tuner to NO POWER added setting and your truck will run fine. if it comes unplugged while driving, it stays on the last setting till you shut the truck off, then it goes to NO POWER setting.

... Im almost positive. either way, you can take it off..
Okay. Thanks for the help. I am at the dealership know with it plugged in. The service tech said it would be fine. I am only getting the oil changed.


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It should stay on last setting period...you unplug a xrt and the setting says the same.
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mini maxx will stay on the last power level it was plugged in at if not plugged back in the next start up it will go to no power .

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Thanks for the help guys. I didn't have any problems at the dealership with my mini max being plugged in. I will prolly take it out next time.


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