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Old 01-25-2008, 04:49 PM
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TS chip 140 hp??

i just installed my ts 6 pos chip with stock, high idle, anti theft, 75, 100, and 140. 75 works great! 100 ehhh not so much. if i touch the throttle my rpms skyrocket instantly and when i try to let the clutch ease in it sounds like its ready to die. once its in gear works ok ish. if i floor it it has no response. but it does smoke up everything behind me. once i flip it to 140 hp.... it wont even start! does my truck have to get used to the chip or what?
THankS for any info in advance!
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Old 01-25-2008, 04:55 PM
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maybe your contacts on the pcm didnt get quite clean enough or somethings wrong with ur chip?
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That does not sound right to me. Mabe call who ever sold you it and see what they have to say. anyway here is a bump so a tech will see it.
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I would make sure you have all the silicon cleaned off good enough on the pcm and go from there....
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Yeah when i did mine it wouldnt start at all, and i just didnt have it cleaned nearly well enough, my truck truns great in every setting. good Luck
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if it starts on other settings but not that one, i'd say it is a chip problem. Check the contacts, but also be aware there have been some ts chips with problems lately. i had to send mine back because it was missing a resistor apparently and would start only sometimes, only on certain settings, never on the same setting. my chip had a dark blue board and the other side is white silkscreened with a black ts logo, and another member here had a similar problem with the same colored chip.
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