I have to vent a little.
I am not looking to tune my Ram right now, since it is under warranty for 3 years.
But I would have liked to be able to play once that warranty is gone.
My guess is that Chrysler got tired of having to deal with those who modify their trucks, blow them up and then try and get repairs under warranty. That and federal emission laws, I suppose.
We all know guys who tuned their engines, then, when they goofed and blew something up, took it to the dealer claiming it was a stock vehicle.
Sure, they can tell what has been done, but then they have to have a confrontation with customers who will insist they didnt do anything.
With the rolling code, that takes that all and tosses it. No longer an issue. No more "irate" customers at the dealership, no more costs for work done on vehicles they know have been tampered with but give in to quiet someone up, etc.
Now, even once we are out of warranty, we will be hosed.
All thanks to the idiots out there who felt that someone else should pay for their experiments.
Too bad honesty is no longer common. We all pay now.
Ok...end of rant....LOL