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My guess is that they will normally apply any new software updates when you have the truck serviced whether you ask for it or not. Keep in mind that the flashes are intended to improve the drivability and performance of the tuck. In some cases, they widen the thresholds for setting codes. This is all good, but of course there is always the chance of a flash taking a step backward, like Windows 10. :rolleyes:
 

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Been debating myself about having the truck updated..


didn't someone have a "blue screen of death" on their radio :-D
Windows 10 is fine, nothing a couple of tweaks can't fix.
I administer a number of our business computers and have had many problems with the compatibility of our existing applications after the Win 10 upgrade. I have managed to work out most of the problems, but shouldn't have had to. IMO, the Win 10 upgrade(?) should have been transparent. It's just like FCA with our trucks; release them before they work work the bugs out...: I'm tired of being a beta tester for fat corporations. rolleyes:
 
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