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Car: 2009 Chrysler 300c crd SRT Design
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I take it that the GDE programme thingy is a remap? If so, I would be very surprised if it could address any problem caused by a failed swirl port motor. As I see it, you have two options, replace the swirl motor (with the risk that it will fail again) or just unplug the broken one and fit a resistor. The former will cost your dealer 100's, the latter just pennies.
Actually, you have three options as you could get the swirl motor replaced and then buy yourself a resistor to keep in the glovebox in case the new motor fails a few months down the road.