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Default 10-26-2021, 12:16 PM

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Thanks Wade. Its just for fuel line recall and steering box. They do need to hook up to OBD but not snooping in engine.

Just worried if the car will run funny or throw codes with it unplugged.

I was hoping being T'd I don't have to disconnect. They shouldnt be snooping or diving deep into the engine.

So the Jeep is ok to drive without the OBD plugged in but the sensors T'd?

Thansk again.
It's def ok to drive with the sensors hooked up and OBD unplugged. It will just divert either to map 0 or map 1, I can't really remember off the top of my head. Depending on where the fuel line goes or what part of the line they are inspecting they might be snooping a little bit. The recall is for a fuel supply line, so of it's a part of the line that connects to the high pressure pump, then they might see the connectors. I would try to get more info on what part of the line needs to be inspected/replaced to know for sure.
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Default 10-26-2021, 12:31 PM

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It's def ok to drive with the sensors hooked up and OBD unplugged. It will just divert either to map 0 or map 1, I can't really remember off the top of my head. Depending on where the fuel line goes or what part of the line they are inspecting they might be snooping a little bit. The recall is for a fuel supply line, so of it's a part of the line that connects to the high pressure pump, then they might see the connectors. I would try to get more info on what part of the line needs to be inspected/replaced to know for sure.
Sir, you are a gentleman and a scholar. Thank you very much for the great advice.

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Sir, you are a gentleman and a scholar. Thank you very much for the great advice.

Vin
No problem, anytime. I'd like to help more but I did a job switch not long ago and no longer work at Dodge anymore. So I don't have access to the stuff that I use to.
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If I wanted to run an unlocked PCM from superchips and a trail dash as a tuner (which used the obd2 port) could I still use my JB4 to control methanol injection?
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Yes JB4 can do as much or as little as you want to do. But running WMI without OBDII data means the JB4 would not be monitoring fuel trims, air/fuel ratio, pedal, throttle, etc, as part of its WMI mapping. Doesn't seem like an ideal situation to me. But still better than any stand alone controller.


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Right I’m trying to decide how I would set up the system. I want the advantages both systems provide. Like I saw superchips and diablo sport allow the Jeep to rev a little higher than oem. I know that the tazer unlocks a lot of the features those other two systems offer without using the obd2 as well. I also want to tune my transmission as well for faster shifts. But I like using my JB4 for engine diagnostics and I can control meth injection with it.
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Right Iím trying to decide how I would set up the system. I want the advantages both systems provide. Like I saw superchips and diablo sport allow the Jeep to rev a little higher than oem. I know that the tazer unlocks a lot of the features those other two systems offer without using the obd2 as well. I also want to tune my transmission as well for faster shifts. But I like using my JB4 for engine diagnostics and I can control meth injection with it.
Me personally if you wanted to go that route, and it's a route I've also been considering, you might be better off tuning with HP Tuners instead of Diablo or Superchips. You'd be getting a custom tune for both PCM and TCM instead of a canned tune, as well you'd be leaving the OBD port open for the JB4 so it could properly read all parameters for the WMI.
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Me personally if you wanted to go that route, and it's a route I've also been considering, you might be better off tuning with HP Tuners instead of Diablo or Superchips. You'd be getting a custom tune for both PCM and TCM instead of a canned tune, as well you'd be leaving the OBD port open for the JB4 so it could properly read all parameters for the WMI.
Hey wade! Yeah Iím looking into it for sure. Also what happened to your Instagram? I went to look for it the other day and saw your account was gone. Also I might order that Gottuned turbo soon, just depends on my Christmas bonus lol. I plan on ordering the parts to run meth injection soon as well. Iím not sure who to ask to make my map 6 for that.
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