When you get the chip you will find 3 wires on it, if memory serves me correct they are red, black, and blue. You need to run the wires to a dial switch and then your good to go. I put my switch in the glove box so a passanger didn't screw with it. It is nothing more than a 3 position dial switch from a hardware store, all the way to the left is program 1(strret tune) middle program 2(100 octane N/A) and far right program 3( nirous program).fasterblackhybrid said:calwyglfer
well I'm definately getting a dyno tuned chip. Now, I didn't know that I can run 2-3 programs on the Autologic. I'm running 2 on my Delta now. Is there a switch on the chip to switch from 1-2.
Yes i beleive all the autologic chips made now come with the mutli program capability. There is no light on the chip at all or on my dial but it's not a big deal beacause it's really easy for me to see what program it's in.fasterblackhybrid said:Sure send them to [email protected].
Right now my Delta has the same thing. I've put the switch near my lighter, where the traction control switch would've been located. I positioned the light right above it. For saftey reasons I put a switch cover from summit over it, so that there would be no accidents.
Do all autologic chips come w/ capibilities to run multiple tunes? and do you have a pics of the tune?
Also does the chip come with a light to show which tune you are on?