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post #11 of 21 Old 11-07-2016, 02:55 PM
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Never did a conversion, as mine came with that setup.

But every once in a while, when I change my tune or something, mine will read 50 degrees, even if it's 100 out. After shutting the truck off and coming back online, it goes back to normal.

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Never did a conversion, as mine came with that setup.

But every once in a while, when I change my tune or something, mine will read 50 degrees, even if it's 100 out. After shutting the truck off and coming back online, it goes back to normal.
Mine has done this too when changing a tune. But what I don't understand is why it worked right the first test then when I plug it up for real it does this--and takes the dash reading with it as well. hmm..

Edit..Fixed...as suspected, bad connection. Re plugged it and it's all workin now.

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Good job man! Hope it's working like I advertised haha, I still love it everytime I turn mine on!

Side question, what remote start do you have that's such a long range and two-way?


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Good job man! Hope it's working like I advertised haha, I still love it everytime I turn mine on!

Side question, what remote start do you have that's such a long range and two-way?
I have a Python 5706P alarm. Link I had it installed mostly because I currently live in a sketchy town where trucks like to be waiting for you in the morning on cinder blocks and stripped...Although the alarm won't scare people off, it will page me if something's up. Plus remote start is really, really nice.

Python is the same thing as viper alarms, which is the best in the industry. They're made by the same parent company, just the dealer I went to at the time carried the Python line instead of the viper. Physically, they're the exact same.

Realistically, I *can* get a one mile range or a hair more to the truck if I'm in the line of sight. But with many buildings around, I can expect about 1/4 a mile or maybe a little more. It'll start in the far lot of Walmart when I'm in the very back of the store however, and similar experiences with other buildings.

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If you want true dual climate controls. I have the dual climate control hvac box out of a my 2011. I swapped mine out thinking the main door was having problems but when I toke the originally hvac box out. The previous owner had kids and they pushed a vent airfreshner into the vent and got caught in the main door. Private messange me if interested.
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If you want true dual climate controls. I have the dual climate control hvac box out of a my 2011. I swapped mine out thinking the main door was having problems but when I toke the originally hvac box out. The previous owner had kids and they pushed a vent airfreshner into the vent and got caught in the main door. Private messange me if interested.
Is it all one unit for the driver and passenger side blend doors?? I was thinking it was two different boxes/doors and all you needed to do for true "dual zone" was add the one we don't already have.


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Is it all one unit for the driver and passenger side blend doors?? I was thinking it was two different boxes/doors and all you needed to do for true "dual zone" was add the one we don't already have.
here Is some pictures of the box and yes it is all one unit.
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Thanks for the offer, sounds like Jet is interested...being that I'm never in the passenger seat I cannot justify the swap. I'm pretty happy with just having extra buttons. Thank you though.
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here Is some pictures of the box and yes it is all one unit.
While dash got to come out?
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yes, it will have to come out.
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