- Buick Ownership
- Regal TourX
I like it without wearing out starter.. I asked car to stop, seems we had a failure to communicate.
Has anybody seen any other solutions out there? Apparently this guy will not ship to CA according to the website.I checked the smartstartstop.com website tonight, and they are proudly announcing the availility of their new auto start/stop defeat module for the Buick Regal 2017 to 2018 MY! Great news. I have been shopping for a new wagon, and the ability to permanently turn off auto s/s has been a requirement before I will buy.
I do actually. I guess I can resort to doing that if I can not find a quicker / easier solution.Know anyone outside of California that can reroute it for you? I would be willing, but you don’t know me from a hole in the wall.
Well ultimately I would prefer the the proper tune over this device, but with my luck something will go wrong and I will be out my powertrain warranty.I don't see any limitations at Trifecta. It's more expensive, but still meets your needs....
2018--Present Buick Regal - 2.0L Turbo - AutoStop Delete Only
Trifecta only ships a cable, I don't see how California laws would prohibit it...doesn't mean they wouldn't.
I don't have it but I asked them if the auto stop start only version is undetectable. Response below:So who here actually has the Trifecta disable only and has confirmed that it doesn't register a flash on the system?
Yeah see that's just enough grey area to keep me away for nowI don't have it but I asked them if the auto stop start only version is undetectable. Response below:
Re: Support Request created via Contact Us Form
Thanks for the inquiry. Yes, thats essentially what it means. However, we can't and do not make any guarantees since GM is always changing detection methods. That's why we always suggest flashing back to stock any time you go in to the dealer. That's a feature of our calibration software and easily done.
TRIFECTA Performance Support
In my opinion they shouldn't say "yes that's essentially what it means" they should just say no but I understand where your coming fromActually I don't think it is gray. They specifically say "flash" and I believe all manufactrers can tell if they car was flashed. So there is no hiding this.