So if you've been following my threads I am on EcuTek flash and have a big turbo. This Saturday I went to the dealer for my 10,000 mile free oil change. I changed it at 5,000 myself but figured I might as well get the free one. They did the backup camera update while it was in there without asking me. They called me up to the desk after everything was done and said "did you know you have a drivetrain malfunction code?" I said it didn't when I came in here. I instantly asked if they had flashed the car back to stock to which they said they weren't sure if what they did flashed it stock. So I told them to find out and I'll call my tuner in the meantime. I luckily had my laptop and pulled codes and sure enough they flashed my car back to stock and erased my tune. Since it was a Saturday there was no chance of getting EcuTek customer service to be able to get new flash points. So it's in "limp mode" until we can get it back on the tune. It's def something we should be able to fix in the next day or two but I worry about the customer that goes to the dealer and isn't aware that their car has been flashed back to stock. I told my dealer to assume all cars have a flash tune on them and make sure to ask the customer before flashing their car. They have changed their processes because of this but I had to learn the hard way. They ended up giving me a free alignment since I just put my new tire setup on so we called it a wash.