How do you read Transmission Info in AutoCal?

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I went with AutoCal and EFILive V2 Email Tuning. I drove about 1 hour and was able to gather Data Log and Tune File(e38) for 2008 Yukon Denali XL. However, instructions says to collect transmission data but I can't seem to find the option in Auto Cal. What did I miss?

Only mods are :

· Airaid 201-267 SynthaMax Dry Filter Intake System
· Original OEM tire was 275/55R20 111H. Just upgraded tires to BFGOODRICH ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO2 Size: LT275/55R20 115/112S D.


I am pretty new to tuning. I am basically getting the tune to fix the torque management, however, I am looking to do the following.

Default :


1. Economy Mode

2. Better Transmission shift when trying to pass a vehicle on high way.

3. Overall better response/performance from stock.

4. Currently using 89 octane but will use higher octane if there is a significant gain.



In Tow Mode :

1. More Sportier setting

2. Speed limit to 120 MPH

Are there anything else I should consider? Vehicle is for a family of 6 and used primarily during weekend or family trips.

Thank you in advance,
Ned

Oh, I sent an email out but just got a reply saying the folks at blackbear is on road trip and I imagine they guys will be extremely busy....

 

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I went with AutoCal and EFILive V2 Email Tuning. I drove about 1 hour and was able to gather Data Log and Tune File(e38) for 2008 Yukon Denali XL. However, instructions says to collect transmission data but I can't seem to find the option in Auto Cal. What did I miss?

You need to retrieve both the Engine & Transmission Tune Files (for you this should be reading the existing E38 and T42 settings information from your vehicle). Then you should have also collected a single Data Log (separate from the tune files) which contains both engine and transmission data.
 
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You need to retrieve both the Engine & Transmission Tune Files (for you this should be reading the existing E38 and T42 settings information from your vehicle). Then you should have also collected a single Data Log (separate from the tune files) which contains both engine and transmission data.
Thanks for your reply. I was able to read and save E38 data but I am not able to find T42 in autocal for data retrieval. Was I miss a step during setup?

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If The T42 option isn't there contact Blackbear directly and make sure the Autocal was setup correctly before being shipped to you.
 

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