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12-03-2019 10:44 PM
CR_Hunter
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Originally Posted by dbow20 View Post
I set the high discharge headlamps to yes and I think the flickering is gone. I will investigate more tonight when itís dark. However, I think with that setting enabled the DRLs are the same intensity or brightness and the low beams when the lights are on. I donít think itís a big deal just an observation.
I did notice as well that the HID setting brings the DRL output to what looks the same as the low beams which I'm not a big fan of but I did not like them flickering so I have just gotten used to it. One day I might disabled HID and see if I'm able to step down the DRL voltage without flickering.

17' CCSB 4X4 68RFE 2500 6.7 Tradesman DRP EGR delete, CTT tuning w/TCM tuning, UAQ w/7 speed HVAC, 7" premium EVIC, OEM front Parksense, OEM style front camera, aux switches, OEM remote start
12-03-2019 10:41 PM
CR_Hunter
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I have LED low beams enabled but maybe Iíll switch it to what you mentioned to see if it solves it.
Did you enable HIDs and the issue is resolved or continuing?

17' CCSB 4X4 68RFE 2500 6.7 Tradesman DRP EGR delete, CTT tuning w/TCM tuning, UAQ w/7 speed HVAC, 7" premium EVIC, OEM front Parksense, OEM style front camera, aux switches, OEM remote start
11-27-2019 12:14 AM
customX
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Originally Posted by Jimmy07 View Post
Yes, keep trying though. Make sure the interface is an MX. Also, do it with the truck in acc, not run. Keep trying in tenth mile increments +/- IE...100.5, 100.6, 100.4, 100.7, etc.

It's an MX+. I will give that a shot! Thanks!
11-26-2019 09:16 PM
Jimmy07
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Has anyone had any issue's reprogramming mileage? My buddy bought my old EVIC cluster and I cannot get the mileage to take. AlfaOBD says success but the ODO never changes.
Yes, keep trying though. Make sure the interface is an MX. Also, do it with the truck in acc, not run. Keep trying in tenth mile increments +/- IE...100.5, 100.6, 100.4, 100.7, etc.
11-26-2019 09:06 PM
customX Has anyone had any issue's reprogramming mileage? My buddy bought my old EVIC cluster and I cannot get the mileage to take. AlfaOBD says success but the ODO never changes.
11-24-2019 10:36 PM
elephantrider oh, yah, I getcha now 😅. no I actually didn't. next commercial break on the 9er's game I'll go try that and see.
11-24-2019 09:48 PM
Jimmy07
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i only have one truck so can't test it on another. I read that switching where the connections on the terminal block may work but haven't tried that either.
I meant on AlfaOBD, connect to MY2016-2017 body computer. Definitely check for switched connectors on the terminal block. 2019 HDs use the same connector for CAN C and IHS now.
11-24-2019 06:35 PM
elephantrider i only have one truck so can't test it on another. I read that switching where the connections on the terminal block may work but haven't tried that either.
11-24-2019 05:25 PM
ericdude101 Hello,

I recently purchased a MX+ and read on this thread that some people were able to read transmission data such as line pressure and lockup status but I cant seem to figure out how to do that. Does anyone have any insight?

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11-24-2019 04:28 PM
Jimmy07
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just got a note from alexey that the 19's arent supported yet.
While 2019s arenít technically supported yet, being that he hasnít gone through and made a specific list for it, you should still be able to connect and make common changes. Hereís an example of someone that changed tire size- https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/5...ity-cable.html
Have you tried connecting to a 2017 body module?
11-24-2019 02:16 PM
elephantrider just got a note from alexey that the 19's arent supported yet.
11-24-2019 02:06 PM
cutoutcummins
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Originally Posted by Wyo George View Post
Just for a tidbit of data on AlfaOBD, not really related to the latest conversion. . . My chromebook wouldn't communicate with my OBDlink so I decided to try downloading AlfaOBD to my son's cheapo Amazon Kindle Fire tablet and it worked perfectly to calibrate my turbo actuator. I'm just tossing that out there for anyone who is am Apple user and needs a cheap android to run AlfaOBD on. The $49 Kindle fire does indeed run it without issue.


I bought a kindle fire 7 tablet ($50) on Amazon and download Google play store to get alphaobd and works perfectly. I also had a old samsung galaxy note 5 laying around and that works perfectly also. I do wish he'd add apple support. About a year ago I heard he was trying but no idea what is happening with it.


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