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Old 04-30-2013, 04:40 AM
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Time to trade in the 2013 Platinum

So I got home around 11:00 last night from work. Went to leave this morning to head back to work, around 8:15, battery is completely dead.

Lights were not left on, interior lights were off, very strange. Completely dead.

Time to trade it in! Just kidding, but seriously, ever had this issue?

also, I have a mini maxx (completely deleted), I have been that way for over a month now, and I have noticed my mini maxx does not shut off, the mini maxx is always on. Never had an issue before, but maybe?

Someone help
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:23 AM
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should be a little switch on the box that the hdmi plugs into that is downline of the OBD plug. it says something like ON or BATT. Switch it to BATT.

mine is all zip tied up, i cant remember the exact wording though but BATT should make the mini maxx turn on and off when you cycle the ignition.
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:27 AM
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Lol you got me for a second!! Hope you figure out your issue!!



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Said no one ever... Lol
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How did you get a "dpf removed" code? i read that u had to send in a form from the epa b4 h&s would give this out?? Thanx for any input...
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Your mini maxx isn't hooked up right, or you need to flip the switch on the OBD-II connector box
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The "battery" switch position must be new??? I had to wire mine to a up fitter switch to get it to turn on and off with the key

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How did you get a "dpf removed" code? i read that u had to send in a form from the epa b4 h&s would give this out?? Thanx for any input...
If you have a offroad H&S they will give you a code for $100. You have to go through the epa stuff if you want to buy a new offroad tuner from H&S
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The "battery" switch position must be new??? I had to wire mine to a up fitter switch to get it to turn on and off with the key

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not new... been that way since day one. The instructions tell you where to tap the power wire in the fuse box, but you can also tap the white/blue wire from the PTO bundle
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not new... been that way since day one. The instructions tell you where to tap the power wire in the fuse box, but you can also tap the white/blue wire from the PTO bundle
OK. I knew you could tap into the fuse box. But I just wired to a up fitter switch because it was easiest. I thought you guys mean there was a switch on obd port adapter that would make it turn on and off without wiring to a power source

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