RTD Interface & MPVI2 – Loading your custom tune.

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Step 1 – Save or Save As the attached tune (Example: Oz Tuning – Omega - V1.rtd) to your computer. We suggest making a new folder on your Desktop, or another easy to locate section. Then simply save the file. (You cannot open this file as it is in a format that is not recognized by your computer so you MUST save the file. DO NOT double click the file or attempt to “run” the file. This will only result in error messages.)

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Step 2 – Open your HP Tuners software.

NOTE: RTD requires the RTD Flasher software, and the MPVI2 requires the VCM Editor (BETA) version software.

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Step 3 – Open your custom tune file at the location you saved it at.

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Step 4 – Plug up your RTD Interface or MPVI2 securely to your OBDII port, and use the USB cable to hook it up to your laptop. A good internet connection is required.

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Step 5 – Select the “Write Vehicle” icon. You may receive a warning message prompting to license the file at this time, which will require using the included credits. Please do so to continue by selecting the option, "Specific".

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Step 6 – Turn your key to the On position, but DO NOT Start the vehicle. If you have push-button start, press the start button while your foot is OFF the brake pedal.

NOTE: Turn off all accessories to prevent battery drain that can interfere with the process.

Click on Write Entire in the Vehicle Writer box. NOTE: It will take about 3 minutes to complete.

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Step 7 – Allow the tune to write to the PCM. then follow the prompts to "Turn Ignition OFF. Wait 3 seconds. Turn Ignition on and click OK".

 

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Step 8 – You will see a Write Completed message. You are safe to close that window and disconnect from vehicle. You can now start the vehicle and verify there are no check engine lights and all systems are functioning normally.