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Justin: If you're looking for an easy and affordable way to disable the cylinder deactivation in your 2007 and newer Silverado, excluding the 2019 and newer 10 speed V8s, well, then you should definitely check out this AFM dongle from Range. Now, when plugged in, the range disabler will eliminate the problematic active or dynamic fuel management system, basically allowing your truck to utilize all of its cylinders at all times for right around that low $200 price point. So if you're watching this video, then chances are you're already familiar with Chevy's AFM system, which stands for active fuel management. And it's basically Chevy's fancy way of saying, "Hey, we're going to deactivate some of your cylinders while cruising in order to get you better fuel economy."Now, in theory, this all sounds great, right, but by now, we are all too familiar with the issues that come along with this system such as increased oil consumption, bad lifters, and so on. But there's also stuff that you're gonna feel day to day, such as poor throttle response and increased shifting, just to name a few. And that's where this little dongle from Range comes into play. Again, when plugged in your truck's OBD II port, the Range system here will disable that cylinder deactivation in your truck, improving the oil consumption problem and lifter issue along with much better throttle response and just an overall smoother running truck. Now, if there was ever any time to check out a customer review section on a specific product, this is it, guys. In fact, there are well over 100 5-star reviews in regards to the Range and what it does that speak to the improvements made once everything's been installed.So as always, feel free to read up on some of those reviews before pulling the trigger. Now, the nice thing about the Range AFM disabler, in particular, is that it's not a tuner nor does it physically alter the calibration in your truck. Instead by simply plugging the dongle here into your OBD II port, the Range module basically prevents the truck's ECU from disabling any cylinders on the fly. Now, unplug the module at any time and the truck is basically back to stock. The best part is there's no proof or footprint of the module left on your truck's ECU or calibration. Now the module itself or dongle is extremely straightforward, but you do have a few different color options in reference to the light once this thing powers on. So we have the green that we're actually talking about here today, but you can also find a red and a blue option on the site. Price point, again, is hovering right around that low $200 range, and that will be good for all of your different color options.And by the way, it does come back with a one-year warranty in case of any issues. Now, the best part about this guy here besides its actual functionality is the ease of install. One hundred percent plug-and-play job that can be handled by anyone. And I mean, anyone. Therefore, site's gonna call this soft one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. No more than a few minutes of your time, and that includes the unboxing of the product. But to give you a better idea of just how easy everything is, here's an AmericanTrucks customer to walk you through it now.Man: So this is the A Range product. It helps your truck go into V8 mode at all times versus it switching between four cylinders and eight cylinders, that way, that your cylinders and lifters do not just drop and stop while the other four are going. It keeps it continuously going. So it disables the AFM, the automatic fuel management system, helps your truck gain gas mileage, power, performance, all kinds of things. When you're driving you'll experience it just always being in V8 mode and it's just amazing, amazing product. Anybody can install it right here into your OBD II sensor. You just plug that bad boy in right there. Crank your truck up. See, it's always in V8 mode. Now, go ahead and reverse, drive forward. My gas mileage is getting better as you can see. I was getting about 11, 12 miles per gallon. Now the best I've got was 17 miles so far, and it's just increasing, it just depends on how you drive.Justin: So wrapping everything up here, guys, if you are looking to eliminate the problematic cylinder deactivation in your Silverado but without using a tune, then you'll wanna check out a Range module today right here at americantrucks.com.
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Full-Performance Mode. Experience full power and control on any terrain condition by installing this Range Active/Dynamic Fuel Management Disabler in green on your Silverado. This module prevents your vehicle’s ECU from making changes to the full cylinder mode, ensuring that there is no drop in cylinders. Using this device will facilitate full and consistent power delivery all through the whole power band of your vehicle.
Safe and Reversible. This Range Active/Dynamic Fuel Management Disabler does not tamper with the factory Engine Control Unit, so there is no reason for reprogramming. In addition, your system automatically returns to factory settings as you unplug this device. It is also designed to leave no trace after uninstalling, ensuring that your warranty will remain intact.
Easy, Plug-and-Play Install. Featuring a hassle-free, straightforward installation, this Active/Dynamic Fuel Management Disabler simply plugs into your OBD-II port. It is designed for a plug-and-play install that it instantly disables the AFM system upon plugging in.
One-Year Warranty. Range Technology backs this Active/Dynamic Fuel Management Disabler with a 1-year limited warranty that covers manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship. This warranty comes with exclusions and limitations. Please check the full warranty policy for complete details.
Application. The Range Active/Dynamic Fuel Management Disabler in green is intended for use on 2007-2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models. It is not compatible on 2019+ V8 trucks with a 10-speed transmission..
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