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I am taking my car in for service and I am going to have a couple of tsb's done. Do I need to unistall my predator? Thanks.​
 

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i always do...

better safe than sorry....
 

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Right, you should ALWAYS put back the stock tune before going in for service. If they flash your ECU and you have the Predator tune on it, you just lost the tune and you lost the Predator, because once the CalID is changed, the Predator will not work unless its reset, which can only be done by returning your car to stock.
 

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As Mike said you must ALWAYS put back to stock before servicing. Even if they don't do any updates its always better to be safe than sorry.
 

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Right, you should ALWAYS put back the stock tune before going in for service. If they flash your ECU and you have the Predator tune on it, you just lost the tune and you lost the Predator, because once the CalID is changed, the Predator will not work unless its reset, which can only be done by returning your car to stock.

I have a question......when I was at the track I cleared my adaptives and stuff and decided to unload my tune and just start fresh with a new tune. When I did this, I'm afraid I saved that existing tune as my base (93 cai):pat: . Did it infact overwrite my stock tune?.....how can I get stock back?..thank you!:rolleyes:
 

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Stock/original tune can never be overwritten. You are safe there.
 

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thank you very much jected...
 
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