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Thread: How to: Program injector flow data from GPM to ECM using EFILive V2

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    thanks guys.
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    I'm geting ready to put a ECM in a LMM today just wondering if all problems are resolved for the remote start issue's?
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    Once i reprogramed the injector flow rates, the problems that I previously had with no remote start, and CEL were gone.

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    Make sure you upload the stock tune from the old one and down load that tune into the new one. There are some differences somewhere behind curtain even if the OS are the same. Then set the injector flow rates and you should be good to go.

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    Thanks for the replies, the ECM was ordered through the ecm outlet pre programmed per vin#. I found that the truck started right off without relearning the VATS I thought that was weird. The only thing I had to do was programm injector flow rates and set ign cycles in the pcm security tab to 1 thats it and everything worked fine. I wonder why I did not have to relearn the VATS? When I tried to do it in the pcm secrity tab I got a error 012 or something not sure if thats that exact error code. Any body else have to go through a VATS relearn on a LMM? I will start a new thread on this also, Thanks.
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    If you check, sometimes I think they disable Vats or set the relearn counter to 0 or something. Not sure.

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    Is there any need to use this on the LBZ ECMs/GPMs?
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    if you replace the ECM
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    Have the "F" key combinations changed from the original procedure above? I was able to use the procedure, but with different function keys, though the descriptions are the same. Maybe an update changed them.
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