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2014 Silverado 6.2L AFM delete – good idea???

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    Frank Welder
    Frank Welder
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    Hello,

    I just bought my first ever chevy. I went big! I got a tricked out High Country with ALL the bells and whistles. I’m hearing nightmare stories about the AFM/DOD system. I’m also hearing that I can help myself out by simply plugging an AFM delete module into the OBD II port. Do you have any words of wisdom here? On a related note, I also have a 2006 Odyssey with VCM that I’ve left alone and had no issues with for the 140,000 miles currently on the “clock.” I like the concept of saving gas but don’t want to have to replace an engine just to see a little light go on my dash occasionally which infers I’m saving a cent or two. Thanks.

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    EricTheCarGuy 1
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    I don’t have any info on the Chevy, but if it’s not broken, don’t fix it is my policy. Same goes for the Odyssey. I haven’t had any issues with my VCM either and have no intention of deleting it. Just keep your oil changed regularly with the correct viscosity and you should be fine.

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