Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Thompson Falls, Montana
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That sucks, sorry dude. It sounds like your computer lost communication with the tuner during the update. Most of the time when updates like this fail, you can simply retry the update. Does the computer still recognize it? If so, you might be able to re-apply either the new version or the last one you were using and get it back. There are plenty of techniques to prevent a failed update from bricking a device. If they are not using them, then they need to hire better IT people.
If you un-married the tuner, wouldn't the Jeep revert back to stock? I don't understand why it wouldn't start. If it's back to stock, you should be able to run out and grab a flashpaq or procal to fix the tire/grears/etc, and get back on the road. Am I missing something?
'76 CJ-7, '43 CJ-2a, '78 Bronco,'78 CJ-7, '75 CJ-5, '78 CJ-7, '80 CJ-7, '78 SJ, '79 SJ, '78 and a '76 FJ-40 , '90 XJ, '91 XJ, '86 CJ-7, '95 ZJ, '68 CJ-101 Commando, '00 TJ, '68 M-715, 2 '86 Military Blazers, '96 LR Discovery, '86 CJ-7, '91 YJ, '99 TJ, 07' JKU Rubi, 1988 YJ, 1973 Commando, 3 Diesel Excursions....
Now back to a 2013 JKU Rubicon with "stuff", planning 37's with minimal lift.
I've tried them all... Jeeps are still the best. (0||||0)