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Old 12-13-2010, 11:16 PM   #1  
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i want to swap a hemi in my grand cherokee, but i dont wanna deal with the bullshit of trying to tune the stock computer. how would i get a f.a.s.t. computer to talk to the rest of the jeep? or is there a certain module that eliminates that all together? i'm not very familiar with chrysler computers.
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Just use the stock PCM to control everything except what is controlled by the FAST system.
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