Any luck with your shop using this info to correct in the software??
OK, He did get back to me this time. As you can see, appears he is quit busy. Now the question he asks and I do not know.........What year SSR does ZzSSR have that he is talking about in the messages attached. My guy here thinks maybe it is not an 2005 model. If an 03/04 the operating system would be different
Also he mentions that Dist-T Error is missing...........that confuses me cause when I look back at the pictures from ZzSSR, there appears to be that file in the second column.
Here is my guys reply.........
Hi Ash, sorry for never replying to the first email. Honestly, I haven't had even 5 minutes to sit and think about this critically and absorb it. We are unbelievably busy right now and I have been running nonstop for what feels like the past month.
Right off the bat, a problem I see is your tune file is missing the cell for "Dist - T Error" It just does not exist. The cells around it for pulses per mile and VSS tire revolutions per mile are the very cells that we normally change when correcting for tire size and gear ratio, so the tuner is quite comfortable with editing these cells. The person that wrote out that explanation, are you sure his truck is a 2005? If it is any other year, it does us no good because the operating system is different. If his truck is in fact a 2005, the only explanation that I can think of for the additional cells is maybe it has a newer operating system from GM. Perhaps your truck is on an older operating system (just a wild guess).
For us to try and solve this, we would want to have the truck in person and be able to experiment with it as we go. As we discussed when we first tried to help, this specific vehicle/operating system seems buggy and doesn't tune out in the straightforward way we would expect it to. Maybe an operating system update from GM would help... maybe not. If it gets updated, it also gets flashed to stock and any tuning currently on the ECM is erased, just something worth noting.