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    Default B9021 Transient .cax file how to add it for OS 02020003

    Been fighting rich condition at idle for awhile now on an 02 silverado turbo OLSD tune. Ive tried adding the .cax files but it doesn't show up in my tune. What am i doing wrong. Can anyone help? Attached is my current tune as well if anyone is interested in looking it over.
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    When i go to add the .cax files all my files are listed as .calz files?? Do i have to change the .cax to .calz?? My laptop is Windows 7 as well. Please JoeCar HELP!
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    Changing from .cax to .calz didn't work either. What am I doing wrong here?? Little help plwase, customer is coming back for his truck tonight and would like to resolve this issue for him.

    Thanks guys, Brad

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    Hey Brad,

    No, leave it as .cax...

    and move the .cax file to the Calibrations folder (not deeper).

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    Ok i'll try that now. I put the cal link in the configurations folder as well correct and the .cax in the LS1B calibrations folder rename it to my COS3 0202003 number and put it in the Customs folder?

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    And im using these lastest updates from you correct? http://forum.efilive.com/showthread....-updates/page2

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod View Post
    Ok i'll try that now. I put the cal link in the configurations folder as well correct and the .cax in the LS1B calibrations folder rename it to my COS3 0202003 number and put it in the Customs folder?
    No... put the 02020003.cax file in the folder named Calibrations

    (not in the LS1B folder and not in the Custom folder)

    i.e. this folder: C:\Program Files\EFILive\V7.5\Calibrations

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    Ok, no deeper. I gottcha. I got working now. Thank you sooooo much Joecar! Your a life saver!

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    Hey Brad, no worries

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