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Old 04-18-2009, 06:31 PM
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F5 problem

Just got my F5 burned from Jody, have to say I love it! Its like a whole new truck! Generic tunes suck! Anyways, I had the no start option put as my 0 setting. I cant get the switcher to go to zero? All the other tunes are in the right place, am i missing something? Also, i bought the chip used and had it reburned so i didnt get an installation sheet. I will call DP monday, but in case its a stupid question i thought i would ask you guys first. Thanks in advance guys
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On mine, depress and hold both buttons for a couple of seconds and it will go to zero.
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On mine, depress and hold both buttons for a couple of seconds and it will go to zero.
Great, im gonna go try it right now. Do you do the same to get it out of no start?
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Ok, i got my truck to not start. Thats great and all, but now i need to figure out how to get it to start again!
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Ok, i got my truck to not start. Thats great and all, but now i need to figure out how to get it to start again!
hahahaha funny. Sounds like something that would happen to me lol

Maybe do the same thing you did to get to zero?

or check DP website possibly and search threads here on the ORG if you dont recieve a timely response
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hahahaha funny. Sounds like something that would happen to me lol

Maybe do the same thing you did to get to zero?

or check DP website possibly and search threads here on the ORG if you dont recieve a timely response
Ya, it is funny. I tried the same thing, and when i couldnt get it to switch from zero i thought, shet, now what!

I checked their website and didnt find anything also on the threads.
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Press and hold the left button for 3 seconds and you will be back to switch on the fly mode.
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Cool, thanks guys. I didnt wanna hafta bother Jody or Diane over something that i figured was kinda simple like this.
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