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Old 06-15-2003, 07:09 PM   #21
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awsome...
what about code 41?
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you just want me to do all the codes eh?
my bro is making the bitmaps for them now, ive been doing the html and menu system.
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you just want me to do all the codes eh?
my bro is making the bitmaps for them now, ive been doing the html and menu system.
If you really want to....ok It would be a nice addition to tech info...
But I only want 41 if its no trouble.
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i've got the html done for all the codes, but it'* useless without the pics mybro is making, he says it will take til fri. im having him do 41 first just for you
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ko0l,
thanx alot :P
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Ok cool great work on the HTML.

Any idea what CKT 492, 439 and 450 mean though?

And what do they mean by test light? Can't I just use a voltage or multimeter set to the test lights parameters?
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Those sound like pins on a wiring harness. A test light is usually just a little pointer with a bulb in it. Hook the clamp to a ground somewhere and point. A multimeter should work too, but it is not as easy.
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CKT is short for circuit, match the circuit number up with a number near a wire, it idicates what color the wire is, and what it goes to
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Whoooopeee I got it fixed. I finaly managed to find a replacment part at Circle Auto Recycling, one of the local yards, and it only cost me 3 dollars and 89 cents.

Eat that 208 dollar advanced auto parts and 500 plus dollar GM dealership MAF sensor.

I would like to thank everyone here for their help and I would like to thank the proud little 1990 Oldsmobile Ciera with the 3300 motor in it that donated its not quiet right but close enough MAF sensor to me.
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