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   - Open the zip file and copy all of the files to a folder you intend to use to keep your tuning files in.   - Open the zip file and copy all of the files to a folder you intend to use to keep your tuning files in.
     * If you decide to put your template file in a unique folder from the '​base'​ templates, make sure to copy the .asm file into the same folder. MP Tune will look for it there; if it doesn'​t find it it will prompt you to tell it where to look.     * If you decide to put your template file in a unique folder from the '​base'​ templates, make sure to copy the .asm file into the same folder. MP Tune will look for it there; if it doesn'​t find it it will prompt you to tell it where to look.
-    * [[file_types|What is a Template file anyway?​]] ​+    * [[template_file|Wait, what is a Template file anyway?​]] ​
   - Pick a template to use.   - Pick a template to use.
-    * Picking a template to use is pretty simple. There are usually only minor differences from cal to cal. If possible, pick the template that matches your cars original calibration. If in doubt, ​juts pick a template that matches your car setup (ECU + displacement + trans type). ​+    * Picking a template to use is pretty simple. There are usually only minor differences from cal to cal. If possible, pick the template that matches your cars original calibration. If in doubt, ​just pick a template that matches your car setup (ECU + displacement + trans type). ​
     * The 3 digits you see in the file names are the same as the last 3 digits of the (stock) ECU PN. Or, the Calibration ID of the factory cal. These templates contain the stock cal data from those ECU's.     * The 3 digits you see in the file names are the same as the last 3 digits of the (stock) ECU PN. Or, the Calibration ID of the factory cal. These templates contain the stock cal data from those ECU's.
     * There are also pre-made [[https://​drive.google.com/​open?​id=0BwcPBhg2fwrIMUEtem9QUU1LRDA&​authuser=0|BoostButton '​Stage'​ cals]] available for download and use. These cals have some generic setup already performed on them (such as injector/​MAP scaling, timing and boost control). One of these may also be a viable starting point for your tuning efforts. ​       * There are also pre-made [[https://​drive.google.com/​open?​id=0BwcPBhg2fwrIMUEtem9QUU1LRDA&​authuser=0|BoostButton '​Stage'​ cals]] available for download and use. These cals have some generic setup already performed on them (such as injector/​MAP scaling, timing and boost control). One of these may also be a viable starting point for your tuning efforts. ​  
     * If you want to run AC, you should also pick a template that has AC enabled already. Turning on the AC function is not as easy as simply enabling the option flag.      * If you want to run AC, you should also pick a template that has AC enabled already. Turning on the AC function is not as easy as simply enabling the option flag. 
-    * For more information about template files, see the detailed description [[template_file|here]]. 
   - Copy the chosen template and re-name to something meaningful to you.   - Copy the chosen template and re-name to something meaningful to you.
   - Open MP Tune, and open the template file you just copied.   - Open MP Tune, and open the template file you just copied.