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6.0 will not start after tune change

I changed the tune on my 6.0 this morning and it will not start now. I've tried to reload the Stock tune as well as several others and the ITSX keeps having issues with identifying the ECU. When it gets to the point were i turn the key on it just sits there like it does not see the key on.

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Try d/c batteries. And retry. Do you have your stock file saved?


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I saved the stock file to a thumb drive. What so you mean by try D/C batteries?
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Agreed. Disconnect batteries for 10 or so minutes and reconnect. Throw a battery charger on so you know you have sufficient voltage for the ECU (in case the batteries are weak). You may have to contact SCT.

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No Change, looks like I'm out of luck until Monday.
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