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01-14-2011, 11:04 PM #1
Diablo Sport Tuner: 04 Silverado k1500 w/5.3 TIP
I just installed the 87 octane tune on my truck this evening. And i must say i am very pleased with the power and trans changes. BUT!!!
The book tells users that "if" you have onstar you need to remove the fuse for the radio before you install the tune. Well i got news for those guys. I drive a base model 4wd with no options and the tuner crashed 2 times before i pulled that fuse out.
As soon as i did BAM. Backed up the original tune and installed the new on with no flaws.
So my word of advice is if you are getting ready to put a Diablo tune in your truck save yourself the headache and just take the dang fuse out.Dan'08 Silverado LT Z71Cast Iron 5.3 VORTEC
K&N Cold Air Intake4L60E Trans with G80 Locker RearendLine-X Spray in Bed LinerTint, Eyebrow, & Blacked Out Emblems
Flowmaster Super 44 SIDO
01-15-2011, 10:53 AM #2
I never pulled any fuses on my truck and the DSP installed fine. Did you have the radio off and didn't touch anything with power; seats, windows, wipers, etc?2003 Silverado 2500HD 6.0L Vortec V8
2" Body Lift
3" Suspension Lift
Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Shocks
Skyjacker Steering Stabilizer
35" Tires with 20" American Racing Rims
Velocity Cold Air Intake
Billet Throttle Body Spacer
BBK Performance Headers
MBRP Cat-Back Exhaust System
DiabloSport Predator- Soon to be tuned by Diablew
"Soon to be leveling-kit"
01-15-2011, 04:07 PM #3
They want the radio fused removed because some factory systems draw a little power even when the truck is off and they want a good strong battery when programming. They want the OnStar fused pulled because GM sends monthly reports to OnStar subscribers and if your programming at the time it may interfer with the programming.
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