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Yeah I would go with someone like VMP or Lund...


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post #17 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-03-2018 Thread Starter
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I heard back from Bama after they contacted SCT on this issue. The consensus was that there are a few pending codes you can get just by flashing the vehicle that will clear out after driving through a few cycles. This code is pending because the PCM detected a discrepancy with the voltage from the MAF sensor.

I cannot drive the car now because of all the snow everywhere so right now I can't test this theory. Anyone heard of this?

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yeah I have heard of codes that come up when there are changes, the need to get cleared by the mysterious "drive cycle" but have never seen it myself

I think many "tune problems" are actually caused by mismatches between what is actually on the car and what the tune is written for; so hopefully if that is all straight now it will be good
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I reloaded the car with the tune for the JLT intake which is the intake that is showing up with the p1101 code. I took it for a 6 mile round trip today in the snow and ice. I stopped and got gas then turned around and headed home. My Max speed was about 45 mph for a short distance. I got home and checked for codes and the codes were still present.

I just found an old steeda tune for my JLT. I will load it tomorrow to see if the Maf code pops up. I will update shortly after.
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Loaded the Steeda tune for the JLT, still have p1101. Next I am going to try the steeda tune with the steeda cold air intake that I have.
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I read the whole thread. Makes me feel better knowing that I am not the only one with issues like this. I had a JLT many years ago for this car, didn't care for the fit and I returned it and just ran the stock air box for a couple of years. I got the bug and bought another JLT (I don't know why) and I have had issues since.

Today I loaded a revised bama tune specifically for my issues to use with the Steeda CAI. I had no maf code p1101. Just to recap, with the JLT cai and Bama tune, maf code p1101 pops up. With Revised bama tune for stock air box, there are no maf codes at all and the car actually sounds great with great throttle response. I may just run it that way.

Anyone have solid dyno numbers to compare CAI gains vs. stock air box gains? I know this is a rabbit whole topic but what the heck.
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I've been feeling that the source of my occasionally fluctuating idle was a vacuum leak in the jlt v2 oil separator I have. Going to remove it this spring and see if the issue is solved. Probably should have done that first before getting a can of MAF cleaner.
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I forked out the cash for a Lund tune. 1st tune they sent to me, fixed ALL ISSUES I was having.

I have no more high/low rpm lag, I have no more MAF codes. My shifts are powerful and quick now.

Thank you to all the guys at Lund for your time and effort when providing service to car enthusiasts everywhere!
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I forgot to mention that the way my car is currently set up--it is now giving me the most power that I have had since I've owned it.
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That's great news glad you resolved all your problems.

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