Thanks Thanks:  15
Likes Likes:  74
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 21 to 26 of 26

Thread: AMP Steps with RaceME

  1. Top Of Page | #21
    17_G56's Avatar

    User Info Menu

    Re: AMP Steps with RaceME

    Quote Originally Posted by Norice1973 View Post
    I am running the splitter and having issues with my MM3.

    Not sure if they are related; just digging into it today.
    Could you give us more info on when how you began having issues?

    You used an MM3, then added Amp Research steps, and now MM3 doesn't work?

    Or were both working and now suddenly not?

    If you're doing passthrough/splitter - Are you using the recommended Amp Research splitter or an Amazon?

    Lastly, the Year/Model truck.

    With this info, we might be able to help further.

    * '17 CCLB G56 Laramie 4x4 - MM3 Tuned & Low Carb, Banks Grid Heater Delete, TV Delete, S&B CAI, 4" Turbo Back, Flo-Pro Muffler, Valair Quiet Dual Disc, CAT Fuel Filter Kit, Leveled, 18" Method 315 in Gold, 35" Toyo OC A/T II, HID Projectors, HLR LED Fogs, Infinity Speaker Upgrades, Line-X Platinum, WeatherTech Guards, XPEL Prime XR+
    * '02 WS6 M6 - ASC#3001 "Last of the Breed" - Full Suspension, CIE, on 18x11 Copper/Black CCW Classics.
    * '19 Triumph Speed Triple RS - Lots of Twill Carbon Fiber, SC Project Low Mount

  2. Thanks IGOTACUMMINS thanked for this post
  3. Top Of Page | #22

    Re: AMP Steps with RaceME

    I used the amp splitter, and the tuner has always had the splitter/step setup.

    It worked for maybe a year, then all of a sudden truck was running horribly on and off.

    Turbo was acting crazy, then suddenly, MM3 went black, and the truck runs great.

    Has check engine codes


  4. Thanks IGOTACUMMINS thanked for this post
  5. Top Of Page | #23
    Corkey's Avatar

    User Info Menu

    Re: AMP Steps with RaceME

    Curious if it could be due to low voltage, which will cause the MM3 to react slowly, sending and receiving commands.

    This is a hit-and-miss with particular trucks.

    II 60HP STICKS, II 33% CP3, II S464 2ND GEN SWAP, FASS 165 TITANIUM SIGNATURE SERIES, AFE INTAKE HORN, S&B FILTER, 5" TURBO BACK, ALPHAREX HEAD LIGHTS, 38X13.5X20 RAZOR M/T, MOTO METAL RIMS, 6" LA LIFT KIT, COMPLET MM3 KIT, BUILT TRANSMISSION, 6 BOLT REDHEAD STEERING BOX

  6. Thanks IGOTACUMMINS thanked for this post
  7. Top Of Page | #24
    Big Daddy IGOTACUMMINS's Avatar

    User Info Menu

    Re: AMP Steps with RaceME

    Quote Originally Posted by Corkey View Post
    Curious if it could be due to low voltage, which will cause the MM3 to react slowly, sending and receiving commands.

    This is a hit-and-miss with particular trucks.
    We agree!

    God bless,
    igotacummins

    "The grass is greener where you water it"


  8. Likes Corkey, 17_G56, AK Bob, watersupply189 liked this post
  9. Top Of Page | #25
    17_G56's Avatar

    User Info Menu

    Re: AMP Steps with RaceME

    Quote Originally Posted by Corkey View Post
    Curious if it could be due to low voltage, which will cause the MM3 to react slowly, sending and receiving commands.

    This is a hit-and-miss with particular trucks.
    Would the possible root cause be weak batteries or a failing alternator, then?

    @Norice1973 - How old are your batteries?

    * '17 CCLB G56 Laramie 4x4 - MM3 Tuned & Low Carb, Banks Grid Heater Delete, TV Delete, S&B CAI, 4" Turbo Back, Flo-Pro Muffler, Valair Quiet Dual Disc, CAT Fuel Filter Kit, Leveled, 18" Method 315 in Gold, 35" Toyo OC A/T II, HID Projectors, HLR LED Fogs, Infinity Speaker Upgrades, Line-X Platinum, WeatherTech Guards, XPEL Prime XR+
    * '02 WS6 M6 - ASC#3001 "Last of the Breed" - Full Suspension, CIE, on 18x11 Copper/Black CCW Classics.
    * '19 Triumph Speed Triple RS - Lots of Twill Carbon Fiber, SC Project Low Mount

  10. Thanks IGOTACUMMINS thanked for this post
  11. Top Of Page | #26
    Corkey's Avatar

    User Info Menu

    Re: AMP Steps with RaceME

    If one battery is bad, you should replace both simultaneously.

    I would load-test the batteries to find out there in good shape.

    If they are, I would then test your alternator.

    Fairly confident this is the issue you are experiencing.

    Everything was great, and then the MM3 acted up, "which will throw sporadic codes" due to low voltage, " I assume."

    The turbo acting wonky would also contribute to this, being low voltage, probably only receiving half the commands given and receiving.

    II 60HP STICKS, II 33% CP3, II S464 2ND GEN SWAP, FASS 165 TITANIUM SIGNATURE SERIES, AFE INTAKE HORN, S&B FILTER, 5" TURBO BACK, ALPHAREX HEAD LIGHTS, 38X13.5X20 RAZOR M/T, MOTO METAL RIMS, 6" LA LIFT KIT, COMPLET MM3 KIT, BUILT TRANSMISSION, 6 BOLT REDHEAD STEERING BOX

  12. Thanks 17_G56, IGOTACUMMINS thanked for this post
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •