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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-14-2017, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone know of a programmer for the KL?

I'm not looking for a "tuner", I already know there is a thread for that. What I'm looking for is a calibrator or option tweaker. Something equivalent to an AEV Procal or Superchips Flashcal I use for my JKs.

My goals (and in this order of importance) are:

1- Correct tire size to correct the speedo and fix shift points
2- Adjust TPMS to a lower warnign threshhold
3- Keep the fog lights on with high-beams

If a thread already exists on this, sorry... I searched and didn't find it.

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I don't think there is.....at least not that I've seen.

Tire revs is definitely something that would be used a lot.

As for the TPMS, I know on my Mustang, there is no way to adjust it through a hand held or written into a tune.

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Try to get one that can change the EVIC display show feet for trip odometer distance traveled.
Change Uconnect to allow heated seat settings to start at low heat rather than high heat.
Also change EVIC display to show numeric oil temperature in addition to the needle gauge.
I was hoping the Engineering Menu in Uconnect would make some of these settings available but
it is so secret nobody knows what it does.

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Thanks for the replies... I kinda thought this was the case.

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Anyone know of a programmer for the KL?

I'd love one for the speedo. In regards to the fog lights, be cautious. In areas that require inspections they may fail. However, Harley specifically has an option like this. You just take it to the dealer and they change a setting lol.


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In regards to the fog lights, be cautious. In areas that require inspections they may fail.
Ohio isn't an inspection state so I can do what-ever. This also means I have no idea what goes on or is expected during inspections, but this seems really silly. I want the fogs to stay on because I live rural. I hate being torn between seeing critters long range, or in the ditches. Having the fogs with high-beams fixes this. It's just a setting in our JK. (Actually I have ALL my fowward lights set to come on with the high-beams If the deer don't move they get a sunburn ahahaha.)

Don't get me wrong, I'm not arguing with you by any means... I know you are just looking out for people. I'm just saying it's silly we would need to be concerned with this.

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Ohio isn't an inspection state so I can do what-ever. This also means I have no idea what goes on or is expected during inspections, but this seems really silly. I want the fogs to stay on because I live rural. I hate being torn between seeing critters long range, or in the ditches. Having the fogs with high-beams fixes this. It's just a setting in our JK. (Actually I have ALL my fowward lights set to come on with the high-beams If the deer don't move they get a sunburn ahahaha.)



Don't get me wrong, I'm not arguing with you by any means... I know you are just looking out for people. I'm just saying it's silly we would need to be concerned with this.


Have you considered replacing your fog lights? For rural america I can't help but recommend the Rigid SAE fog light kit along with the JK adaptor plates. In my opinion and I believe two other members it's the single greatest lighting upgrade someone can make.


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Have you considered replacing your fog lights? For rural america I can't help but recommend the Rigid SAE fog light kit along with the JK adaptor plates. In my opinion and I believe two other members it's the single greatest lighting upgrade someone can make.


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Yes, all in time, but other more pressing things are on our radar for the KL. Our bumper is on order, and I am torn on whether to add a roof rack or not. Also, I am pretty sure my front axle is bent on the JK so it's time to swap to D60s... I'm also in the middle of the overland trailer build. (It's always something.)

To be honest, the quality of the stock fog lights (or lights run by the stock system) are irrelevant if I can't keep them on when I need them. We rarely get fog... I am always on ditch critter patrol.

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@whitexkr is working on a device to change some settings it may be worth seeing if he can add it to his list?

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