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Old 08-22-2013, 06:34 PM
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Ya for sure. The main issue with a lot of "techs" at dealerships nowadays is that they know absolutely nothing about mechanics or how a vehicle works. All they know how to do is plug in a scanner and read codes. If there aren't any codes, they have no fricking clue on what to do.

I believe that they might not have the option to change the gear size in the computer (which still seems a little odd) but they will definitely be able to change the tire size. So as I said, just get them to change the tire size to correct your speedo and call it a day. That's going to be your best way to get it corrected.

You definitely aren't dumb in what you're thinking. If they think the fact that you have different gears making your speedo wrong is going to throw a code then any truck or vehicle running a different tire size that stock without correcting the speedo would be throwing codes as well and I've never heard of that happening....
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