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Old 01-09-2005, 02:04 PM   #1
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Can this work in my 95 as a replacement?? Out of a 93 SSEi?

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Nope....

92-93 have a certain PCM, and 94-95 Have a diffrent PCM... 94 PCM will work for your 95 but not a 93...
Damn....Well I was hopefull
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Ya I don't even need a PCM I don't think........But I think it would be interesting to put in and see what new problems arise and which ones die in my car.....I think it could answer some questions.
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Random codes........almost never the same twice except for two....
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I'm figurin 200K on the OEM.....Electronics do take a crap after a while ya know........And it'* not like I can chip mine because no one makes chips for a 95 (imagine that)
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Ya and I just HAD to have the 95......with the OBD 1/2 Bastard Child PCM....With no chips......Well I didn't have to have it, i coulda let it go to the bone yard, but I saw potential and got it for free.....
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I work in a bone yard....so that'* easy.....But the system at work doesn't bother to ask if it'* */C'd or not.....
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So if I were to swap PCM'*, I'd have to swap my EPROM out between the two boxes to make everything work right?
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OK....So now what does the PCM do, and the E-PROM do?????
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Sounds about right....I think if it'* the same set up as my chevy truck....My bax itself will work for multiple rear wheel drive v-8 and v-6 applications.......But I had to swap to a v8 chip for my 350 when i swapped out my orignal V6 in it.....Then when I changed my 350 into a Fuel Injected Vortec 383 stroker......I had to get a custom burned chip for it and the PCM module itself stayed the same???
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