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post #1 of 6 Old 09-26-2006, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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what is a TS chip, are they really that good and where can i get one thanks guys. also i know its stupid but what's "ses" is that the emissions light what would cause it to come on and is it a problem.
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The TS chip is a 6-position chip stock, 60, 75, 100, and 140 HP settings, there si a spot in there for valet, and high idle also. The chip plugs into your PCM and thats about it. It's is for the 7.3. 95-02.

If you are considering doing the chip or any progrmmer/chip gauges should be your first priority as you will need at minimum to monitor EGT's to make sure nothing melts. You should do a full exhaust as well that will help reduce EGT's, and of course and intake as well.

Hit up some of our vendors here, they can get you great prices and advice on whatever you may be interested in.

And yes you are right about the SES light, "service engine soon". Your best bet when you see that, is to take the truck somewhere and have the code read, then folks here can help you better figure out whats going on. If there is an Autozone in your area they will do it for you free as will most other auto parts stores.

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You can check with Patrick at Discount Power. They handle TS and just about anything else you might need.
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If you got a TS you'll see the SES light once you go over 21lbs of boost I think it is......unless you cet the map sensor fooler.......whatever it's called, I have forgetten!

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Of course if you drive a dodge you get used to seeing the SES light.....

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Not really.

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