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« on: 07/10/11 05:28 PM »

Ok I have a quick question I have a I just purchased a hypertech power programmer for my 2003 avalanche z71 and it is the 30019, my question is which fuse or fuses do I need to remove to install everything correctly, I got a great deal on the programmer but it didn't come with any paper work.
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« Reply #1 on: 07/10/11 05:32 PM »

Ive heard radio and onstar. My edge tuner only mentions the radio fuse though.
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« Reply #2 on: 07/26/11 02:01 PM »

Only if you have Onstar do you need to pull the radio and Onstar fuse.Otherwise just follow the directions and plug it in. Thats what i do with my 04 w/o Onstar.

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« Reply #3 on: 09/29/11 05:04 AM »

I have the same for my 02, if you have the onstar remove the fuse. You can also download the instructions from hypertechs sight like i did.
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« Reply #4 on: 05/11/12 01:39 PM »

A little late to post now, but in addition to the on-star fuse, my Hypertech discussed disabling the full time DRL's.
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