More 4t65 swap fun
Alright, the wiring for the fuel gauge is different for the 96 and 97+ Bonnevilles, and I'm going to be using a 97 PCM for my transmission swap. For the 1996, the wire from the sending unit goes directly to the fuel gauge, and another wire taps into that one and runs to the PCM. For the 1997, the wire from the sending unit goes to the PCM, and then runs from the PCM to the gauge. The only reason the PCM needs to be connected to the fuel sending unit is to set a dummy light when you're low on fuel right? If that'* the case couldn't I just leave the wire connected directly to the gauge, and then leave the PCM without a sending unit connection? Any error lights and codes should be able to be edited out, and I should still have a working fuel gauge, just no dummy light. Gearheads, does it sound like a feasible plan?
1996 SSEi: swapped INTENSE 4t65 trans, INTENSE GEN3 LSD, 3.69s, 3000 stall ATI converter, S1X cam, WBS stage 3 intercooler, full P&P gen3 M90, 2.8 MPS, N* TB and LQ4 maf, 4" FWI, TOGs, full 3" exhaust, and a DHP Powrtuner to keep it all in check