Originally Posted by TJ'sblackbonne
rescanned for codes. All the same ones returned.
I had a chance to talk to Jared, todd at intense and zoom at zzp. We came up with doing a pcm and putting the SE vin in the ssei pcm. That way it wouldnt look for anything it didnt originally have and that should get rid of the communication code. Along with that we are going to delete the evap and rear o2 codes from the pcm. We are thinking this should take care of everything as far as codes
Just changing the vin wont change the way the PCM looks for codes. You have to change the whole programming in the PCM. The best way to handle this is to have a PCM made with your cars VIN and the proper code for the N/A motor then have the fueling, timing and boost control tables from an L67 based PCM of the same year.