User Adjustable Calibration. Superchips Flashcal+ is a powerful combination of a smartphone app and a Bluetooth dongle that taps directly into a vehicle's OBD-II port. This allows for a smooth interface of your smartphone's touchscreen, freedom from running cables with a Bluetooth connection, and excellent on-the-fly controls and monitoring. The Flashcal+ for Wrangler also contains a huge amount of control on the vehicle's subsystems through its body control module (BCM) to enable existing circuits and add or delete features. Please note that the Superchips Flashcal+ does not support tuning.
Powerful combination of smartphone app and Bluetooth module, adding a new list of features to the traditional controls you've always counted on us for
CRAWL Screen (illustration above) acts as a live and on-the-fly interface: Front and Rear Differential Lock, TPMS Adjust, Engine RPM idle up (CRAWL features vary by year and trim level of vehicle)
Tire Size Wizard - Self-calibrates speedometer with your phone's GPS. No need to enter data manually, and you don't even have to get out of your Jeep. (You can still enter tire size by height the old-fashioned if you want.)
Live Data Monitoring with customizable gauge display, as well as reading and clearing trouble codes (CELs)
Service Options menu for home repairs: ABS Initialization, Brake Pedal Relearn, Cam/Crank Sync
Reset modules option for ABS (anti-lock brakes), BCM (body control module), TPMS (tire pressure monitoring), and IPC (instrument panel cluster) modules
Bluetooth connection from wireless dongle to Android or iPhone, and no wires to run
Corrects speedometer for tire upgrades between 26”- 42”
Speedometer recalibration for axle gear and T-case ratio, 2.73-5.38:1
Axle Lock Rear w/ T-case in 4-Hi & 4-Low (CRAWL Screen, JK Rubicon only)
Axle Lock Front & Rear w/ T-case in 4-Hi & 4-Low (CRAWL Screen, 3.8L JK Rubicon only)
Engine idle up for winching, temporarily with CRAWL Screen, 500-2000 RPM
Ryan E, 2002 Jeep Wrangler TJMarketing Coordinator I have been into Wranglers since I was young. My dad has owned quite a few over the years and if I wasn’t in a lifted wrangler I was in something lifted. When I was old enough to drive I bought a Cherokee and went through 3 of them before deciding I wanted a Wrangler. So I sold my Cherokee and sat o...