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Help identifying chip?

Just bought a truck the other day that has a 6 position chip it it trying to figure out who made it and what settings it has but not sure where to look.

For one thing just tuning the switch it has way more than 6 positions more like 11. And position six is a very high idle, somewhere around 1700-1800 rpm. The truck has no boost or pyro guage so don't want to play around with ittoo much till I figure out what I have.

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You'll have to pull the chip from the pcm down by the parkng brake

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