AnnDee4444

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2019
Messages
2,186
Reaction score
2,206
Location
Earth
Vehicle(s)
Jeep
I can't seem to find any threads about this yet, sorry if it's a duplicate. From https://forum.hptuners.com/showthre...0-amp-Jeep-Wrangler-JL-3-0L-Ecodiesel-Support

HPTos.jpg


2020 RAM 1500 & Jeep Wrangler JL 3.0L Ecodiesel

HP Tuners presents support for the 2020 RAM 1500 & Jeep Wrangler JL 3.0L Ecodiesel
on the latest version of VCM Suite Beta software.

An MPVI2, Smart Access Cable and Modified PCM will be required. Our PCM Modification
service will be complimentary with a qualifying purchase of an MPVI2, RTD, or 6 universal
credits. Licensing cost is 6 credits and an internet connection is needed.

Note: Gen 3 EcoDiesel PCMs cannot be read prior to modification. Any spare or non-original
PCMs will need to be programmed to the vehicle before or after modification by HP Tuners,
this is the responsibility of the customer

  • Click here to purchase an MPVI2
  • Click here to download the latest version of our VCM Suite software


RAM
  • 20 1500 3.0L Ecodiesel


Jeep
  • 20 Wrangler JL 3.0L Ecodiesel


Wrangler-JLEcodiesel-sq.png

2020-RAMecodiesel-sq.png


For the full VCM Editor Change Log, please see the following link:
http://www.hptuners.com/help/vcm-editor/changelog.html

For the full VCM Scanner Change Log, please see the following link:
https://hptuners.com/help/VCM-Scanner/changelog.html

For more information, and to view the latest supported vehicles list, click here.

hptcom.jpg





Advertisement

 

Mike921921

Well-Known Member
First Name
Mike
Joined
Dec 9, 2020
Messages
87
Reaction score
65
Location
FL
Vehicle(s)
2020 Gladiator Altitude
I can't seem to find any threads about this yet, sorry if it's a duplicate. From https://forum.hptuners.com/showthre...0-amp-Jeep-Wrangler-JL-3-0L-Ecodiesel-Support

HPTos.jpg


2020 RAM 1500 & Jeep Wrangler JL 3.0L Ecodiesel

HP Tuners presents support for the 2020 RAM 1500 & Jeep Wrangler JL 3.0L Ecodiesel
on the latest version of VCM Suite Beta software.

An MPVI2, Smart Access Cable and Modified PCM will be required. Our PCM Modification
service will be complimentary with a qualifying purchase of an MPVI2, RTD, or 6 universal
credits. Licensing cost is 6 credits and an internet connection is needed.

Note: Gen 3 EcoDiesel PCMs cannot be read prior to modification. Any spare or non-original
PCMs will need to be programmed to the vehicle before or after modification by HP Tuners,
this is the responsibility of the customer

  • Click here to purchase an MPVI2
  • Click here to download the latest version of our VCM Suite software


RAM
  • 20 1500 3.0L Ecodiesel


Jeep
  • 20 Wrangler JL 3.0L Ecodiesel


Wrangler-JLEcodiesel-sq.png

2020-RAMecodiesel-sq.png


For the full VCM Editor Change Log, please see the following link:
http://www.hptuners.com/help/vcm-editor/changelog.html

For the full VCM Scanner Change Log, please see the following link:
https://hptuners.com/help/VCM-Scanner/changelog.html

For more information, and to view the latest supported vehicles list, click here.

hptcom.jpg
(Beta) keeps catching my eye, just sayin'.
 

Compression-Ignition

Well-Known Member
First Name
Roy
Joined
Nov 12, 2019
Messages
699
Reaction score
699
Location
Eastern Washington
Vehicle(s)
2020 JLUR 3.0 Diesel (FIRECRACKER RED), 2020 6.7L F350, 2011 QX56, 2005 5.9 Cummins
As much as I'd like to get in on this and start tinkering, I really have no need. I will happily sit back and watch how this goes for others. This Jeep just runs so well, it isn't worth the risk for me....at this point in time. I think I'll give it at least a year, or wait for one of the well respected players to release their tuning.

Now when tuning becomes available for my 2020 6.7L F350 (without costing several thousand dollars and requiring me to send in my ECM) I am diving in head first! While the Ford does run good, I think it would benefit much from a clean tune.
 

Beowulf

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 24, 2017
Messages
354
Reaction score
232
Location
Colorado
Vehicle(s)
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited
I guess I'm too new to diesels. Is this a power tune for HP, Torque, both? Is there an eco tune to get even better MPG, but sacrificing HP/Torque?
 

jeepingib

Well-Known Member
First Name
Dusty
Joined
Jun 26, 2018
Messages
1,193
Reaction score
3,313
Location
College Station, TX
Vehicle(s)
18' JLUR Punk'n
Good to see someone attempting to tune the Diesel in this current situation. A lot of people got out of it after the EPA started to go after tuners. With that said, I will be curious as to what exactly they are able to do, and still have a clean tune.
 
OP
AnnDee4444

AnnDee4444

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2019
Messages
2,186
Reaction score
2,206
Location
Earth
Vehicle(s)
Jeep
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #6
I guess I'm too new to diesels. Is this a power tune for HP, Torque, both?
It's legitimate tuning software, and might not even come with any pre-built tunes at all. Not a pre-canned plug-&-play type of tune, but one that requires some amount of dyno time to get right (or possibly datalogging pulls on the street... not sure if that's possible with HP Tuners).

The advantage is that this can adapted to nearly any modification that you make to the motor, as it gives you full control over the ECU.
 
OP
AnnDee4444

AnnDee4444

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2019
Messages
2,186
Reaction score
2,206
Location
Earth
Vehicle(s)
Jeep
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #7
As much as I'd like to get in on this and start tinkering, I really have no need. I will happily sit back and watch how this goes for others. This Jeep just runs so well, it isn't worth the risk for me....at this point in time. I think I'll give it at least a year, or wait for one of the well respected players to release their tuning.

Now when tuning becomes available for my 2020 6.7L F350 (without costing several thousand dollars and requiring me to send in my ECM) I am diving in head first! While the Ford does run good, I think it would benefit much from a clean tune.
I don't know much about the 3.0, but I expect a tune could make at least 480 lb-ft like the Ram 3.0, without sacrificing any (engine) reliability. Driveline may possibly suffer though... I'm betting that's why Jeep limited the torque to 600 Nm (442 lb-ft).
 

SolarWizard

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 11, 2019
Messages
497
Reaction score
476
Location
SD, CA / Tampa, FL
Vehicle(s)
Model Y Performance / Diesel Gladiator soon
Occupation
energy management tech for homes and businesses
^ You mean your muffler bearings may go out, right?
 

ItsNo4RE

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 5, 2020
Messages
342
Reaction score
235
Location
NJ
Vehicle(s)
21 JLU Willys/17 Ram 1500
right into the garbage! lol
 

Gurk

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 17, 2017
Messages
74
Reaction score
58
Location
SE PA
Vehicle(s)
Current: Ordered JL Hemi Sold: JL, JK, TJ, XJ
Occupation
IT Infrastructure Security
My 2 Cents is...who has a very solid Diesel Tuning track record?

Longevity is what I'm after.
 

SecondTJ

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 9, 2019
Messages
1,071
Reaction score
919
Location
Il
Vehicle(s)
Jeep
I don't know much about the 3.0, but I expect a tune could make at least 480 lb-ft like the Ram 3.0, without sacrificing any (engine) reliability. Driveline may possibly suffer though... I'm betting that's why Jeep limited the torque to 600 Nm (442 lb-ft).
I would’ve thought that too until Jeep dropped in the 6.4 with 470 lb-ft torque and gave it the same driveline as the 3.0
 
OP
AnnDee4444

AnnDee4444

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2019
Messages
2,186
Reaction score
2,206
Location
Earth
Vehicle(s)
Jeep
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #13
I would’ve thought that too until Jeep dropped in the 6.4 with 470 lb-ft torque and gave it the same driveline as the 3.0
The 392 has full-time AWD, so I don't think it can send all it's torque to one axle (unless it pulls a wheelie).

Edit: Also the 2.72 transfer case & 3.73 differential gear means that the 392's 4-low wheel torque is only 7% higher than the 2.0 Rubicon (assuming tuning allows full torque in 4-low... which it doesn't on the 2.0). Theoretically the 3.0 Rubicon has about 38% more 4-low wheel torque than the 392.
 
Last edited:

calemasters

Well-Known Member
First Name
Allen
Joined
Sep 14, 2020
Messages
454
Reaction score
404
Location
Springfield, Mo.
Vehicle(s)
2021 Rubicon Unlimited, & Escalade
Occupation
Retired Mechanical Engineer
HP Tuners releases PCM / TCM tune for JL 3.0L Ecodiesel
At 3,000 miles, I am just not ready to have my powertrain warranty blocked by FCA.
 

Advertisement




ATO4x4
 



Advertisement
Top