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Old 09-21-2013, 12:32 PM
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They finally have a manual.

LOL read page 47 about the reset fee, I call BS, its about the greed!!
http://www.bullydog.com/documents/40...structions.pdf

Quote:
in the past, our technical support department has
been flooded with people needing to reset their
tuners. Because of this, we were not able to support
the other people who needed help. The extra calls
were coming for two different reasons:

1. Despite our best attempts to educate customers about
the importance of uninstalling the tune before selling
their vehicle or having it serviced, people did not
remember or did not take seriously the requirement
of returning their vehicle to stock and were calling in
repeatedly.

2. Some dishonest people were installing the tune on multiple vehicles and calling in to have the unit reset in between each tune. The tuners are
designed to only be installed on one vehicle at a time.
Once the policy for the reset fee was created, the number of calls to request tuner resets was significantly reduced and we were able to
improve our support to everybody.

The reset process is relatively simple and a technician can help you complete the reset over the phone. See page 55 for more
information about contacting technical support
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