Home » Performance Chips » Do Power Programmers Actually Work Do Power Programmers Actually Work I want to get a power programmer but i want to know if they actually work or are just a ripoff. Anyone who has ever used one feel free to tell your experiences with these. Tags:actually, Power, programmers, Work Related Questions Who Likes The New Gtr Coming To America Specifications Engine • VR-series twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6. • 480 hp @ 6,400 rpm. 430 lb-ft torque @ 3,200–5,200 rpm. • Dual overhead camshafts with variable intake-valve timing. • Cast 2001 Jeep Cherokee Cruise Control When I turn on my Cruise Control it works, but not like its supposed to. If you set it to 70 mph it gradually falls in speed sometimes down Answers for The Question charolastra It works for me. I have a 99 TJ I6 with MSD 6AL, Edge Tbody, Hesco spacer, Livewires, Screaming demon, cold air intake and it’s working great. Then I added the Jet chip stage 2. Lowered the thermostat, bigger headers, took off the cat ant put a flowmaster 40. I noticed a big difference on it. So I removed the chip just to test it and I felt it right away. So I put it back and since then I had no problems. Now I gap the spark plugs to 65. To me it works great I don’t know about the other ones. Dale I tried a hypertech on my 96 cherokee 4.0, I didn’t notice any significant difference in power. After trying the programming for higher octane fuel and deciding that it wasn’t running right(pinging) I tried using the normal gas setting and it decided to run badly there too (it ran ok there before, go figure…) The biggest power difference I ever got was when I installed a bored out throttle body, 63mm, (stock is 58mm with a weird taper in it) Incoming search terms: Do Power Programmers Work,Do Power Programmers Really Work,Do Car Programmers Work,How Do Power Programmers Work,Obd2 Programers Do They Really Work,What Do I Hypertech Programmers Really Do?