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    Thanks, so you would suggest changing it from GM LSx to Slow? What exactly does this change and how does it help maintain idle? Just want to understand what I'm changing. I appreciate your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottmmckinney View Post
    Thanks, so you would suggest changing it from GM LSx to Slow?
    YOU need to try it to determine if it's the best idle control for your engine.

    What exactly does this change and how does it help maintain idle? Just want to understand what I'm changing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottmmckinney View Post
    ...What exactly does this change and how does it help maintain idle? Just want to understand what I'm changing. I appreciate your help!
    Changing the idle control strategy alters the PID values. They are not normally visible unless you select Advanced Idle Control (I don't suggest you do this because for your combo, it's not needed).

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