Originally Posted by Forty5th
One more request for those that have one already... Unplug it for a day, drive and assess if your car performs normal, AFM turns on, etc... just to assure that the product only works when plugged-in thus AFM was not permanently disabled or ECM flashed. Just a thought... Thanks!
I did that on my test drive yesterday. Performed my test scenarios, then turned off the car, unplugged the device, started the car and ran it through the 25-50 mph range to see if the AFM would kick in - and it did. Tried it several times - AFM activated each time. Stopped the car, plugged in the device and continued with more tests.
It's in right now and when I get home this evening I will unplug it and drive it for a while Monday and Tuesday (weather permitting) to double-check AFM operation. (Good idea).
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