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It's like someone said above, drive it for at least 50 miles, or my suggestion to just tell them a good reason for disconnecting the battery.


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tune is looking good now DD Didnt know this whole disconnect battery (if it works or not), drive for 50 miles and stop and re start car a few times will do suffice to throw the dealer in a little loop haha. But comeon guys chances of these going in for work.. slim to none (knocks on wood)


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tune is looking good now DD Didnt know this whole disconnect battery (if it works or not), drive for 50 miles and stop and re start car a few times will do suffice to throw the dealer in a little loop haha. But comeon guys chances of these going in for work.. slim to none (knocks on wood)
Took mine in twice, cold engine tick, and free first oil change. No issues, GTG.
 
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Think about this for a second: Ford could end all of this if they really wanted to by locking down the ECU module. They choose not to, and I think that is a good sign. Let's be grateful that this is the path they chose. If you fear the tune and all the hype about the alleged "warranty cancellations" then leave it alone. If you wish to tune, be grateful you still can!

For another perspective, go cruise around the ChallengerTalk.com forums for a bit and listen to them complain. Chrysler locks all of their ECU's, so tunes are out of the question. Sad...
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I'm with you Jozefsz, the kids these days just can't write to save their lives...........
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Come again, perhaps in English?
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I'm with you Jozefsz, the kids these days just can't write to save their lives...........
1) Many people understood it enough to give me logical answers. So it seems to be my english is up to par with the average person on this forum
2) I also feel atleast that is a very ignorant comment. Its like me saying adults cant use technology to save their lives. Which is obviously not true. Just because I do not use proper grammar on a forum or in texting does not mean my grammar skills are lacking...
Just clarifying this because its not really related to my thread at all

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Come again, perhaps in English?
That gibberish he talked was city speak, gutter talk. A mishmash of Japanese, Spanish, German, what have you. I didn't really need a translator, I knew the lingo, every good cop did. But I wasn't going to make it easier for him.

Oh...wait. Sorry, wrong nerd reference.
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"The kids these days" is a figure of speech......and I was just agreeing with what Jozefsz stated. I'm not a grammar Nazi, but jeez, at least make somewhat of an effort. Anyway, thanks for the laugh, you as well Nicht Gut, that was perfect!

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1) Many people understood it enough to give me logical answers. So it seems to be my english is up to par with the average person on this forum
2) I also feel atleast that is a very ignorant comment. Its like me saying adults cant use technology to save their lives. Which is obviously not true. Just because I do not use proper grammar on a forum or in texting does not mean my grammar skills are lacking...
Just clarifying this because its not really related to my thread at all
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