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Superchips Flashpaq 3875 and AEV EGR Module

Ok here we go I have already used the Superchips Flashpaq on my 06 commander with the 5.7. This last weekend I installed the 4" from Superlift but after a few days am sick of turning of the traction control button and it still kicks in and uses the ABS on some turns.

So my ? comes can I use both programers with out any trouble, to me I should be able to since the do different things other that tire size. Has anyone else done this?

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Just curious, did you use the Flashpaq to adjust for the new tire size already?




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Yes I already used flashpaq to change tire size, but figured I would have to take the jeep back to stock program. Then use AEVs, then use flashpaq for everything else. Not sure though, Im hopen that someone else has already faced this
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I'm using the superchip plus the AEV module for my 4" lift. I've never used the superchip for tire size calibration. I only use it for 87 performace and use the AEV for tire size calibration for the ESP. I do not have any problems at all with ESP kicking on.

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