Will 42451 work on a 2022 JL 3.6?

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My friend has a Pulsar unit (42451) he pulled out of his '19 JL sitting in his garage. I've got a '22 JL on order. He's offered to let me have it.

I see there's an updated version (42751) for '21 and newer. My question is, will the old model work in a '22? I get that there have been improvements but $700 vs free is a big price difference.

 

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You can try it. I don't recall if there was a calibration change needed for the 22 models or not honestly. The main issue is that the CARB coverage on the 42451 does not yet extend to the 22 model year.

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