Just a few short months ago, RAM introduced the new edition of the RAM Heavy Duty truck and needless to say, it impressed. The huge power numbers, the huge torque numbers, and a quality interior and exterior design, what more could you want? EFILive strives to be the leading engine managment system for these diesel trucks and as of just a few days ago, they now support the 2019 models.
They are pleased to release support for the 2019 trucks equipped with the CM2450B controller and the 6.7-Liter Cummins engine. Flashing the CM2450B controller uses similar methods to the CM2350B controller; The controller cannot be read via the OBD-II port. Customers will need to obtain a suitable base file for editing and flashing; refer to your Quick Start Guide.
There has been extensive in-vehicle testing using pass-thru flashing and FlashScan and AutoCal flashing has been completed and recovery steps fully tested. Tune file parameters have been implemented in the V7.5 Tune Tool software, with parameter offerings similar to those available for the CME/CM2350B platform.
Generic scan tool data has been implemented for this controller and while CSP5 and EDA logging are both planned for CM2450B, they will not be available for our initial public release. Cummins 2019+ Quick Start documentation is now available.
This is a free software update to all EFILive customers. To tune a 2019 Cummins, customers will require an AutoCal or FlashScan V2 with Dodge Cummins Tuning option and an available VIN License. Customers wanting to use these new features should read the release notes and beta software warnings before updating.
We’re excited to see the popular tuning tool EFILive offers branched into the late model RAM trucks and look forward to what comes next. For more information about EFILive, be sure and check out their website. Stay tuned to Diesel Army for the latest in diesel.