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I recently bought a LLY, completely stock. the previous owner did have the edge evolution with juice attitude on it, but when i bought it, it was not plugged in. after having it for a few weeks, i decided to plug it in, hoping to improve fuel economy. it lasted about a week or so, until the screen turned off out of nowhere while i was driving. i kept driving it, until the screen came back on, but when it came back on, it only showed engine temp at 66 degrees (ive been driving for a few hours now, it should have showed ~160). the truck then limped in 5th, leading me to unplug it and revert it back to stock. i left it stock for a few weeks, then tried plugging it back in again, in which after a week, the same thing occurred. what is going on? is it an issue with the connectors on the truck or the tuner? is it just a wiring issue? should i try to fix it or just get a new tuner all together?
 

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I read of many problems here with tuned/modded trucks it seems. If it’s running good stock, I’m not sure I’d mess with spending more time and money on it. What kind of fuel economy are you getting now? And/or what are your goals?
 

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Have you updated the edge yet? They're constantly publishing updates for the edge products, and sometimes that will fix the issues you're experiencing. fwiw, my cts3 acted like that all the time when I first got it, had to unplug the obdii cable while driving to get it to restart properly. Several updates later, its now working decent with no lockups.

I'm assuming that's the evo cts3 with wifi, I would suggest doing a manual update via a pc with a usb cable instead of over wifi.
 

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I recently bought a LLY, completely stock. the previous owner did have the edge evolution with juice attitude on it, but when i bought it, it was not plugged in. after having it for a few weeks, i decided to plug it in, hoping to improve fuel economy. it lasted about a week or so, until the screen turned off out of nowhere while i was driving. i kept driving it, until the screen came back on, but when it came back on, it only showed engine temp at 66 degrees (ive been driving for a few hours now, it should have showed ~160). the truck then limped in 5th, leading me to unplug it and revert it back to stock. i left it stock for a few weeks, then tried plugging it back in again, in which after a week, the same thing occurred. what is going on? is it an issue with the connectors on the truck or the tuner? is it just a wiring issue? should i try to fix it or just get a new tuner all together?
Back then the EDGE juice with attitude. were junk. I hade two of them in different trucks.The company would not stand behind them. I threw them in the damm garbage.I will never buy another Edge product as lone as i live.
 

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Have you updated the edge yet? They're constantly publishing updates for the edge products, and sometimes that will fix the issues you're experiencing. fwiw, my cts3 acted like that all the time when I first got it, had to unplug the obdii cable while driving to get it to restart properly. Several updates later, its now working decent with no lockups.

I'm assuming that's the evo cts3 with wifi, I would suggest doing a manual update via a pc with a usb cable instead of over wifi.
this is the one i am talking about. do they have updates for these? if so, how do i do it?
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