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Old 01-14-2006, 02:28 PM   #11
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Pat, it'* the eprom PROGRAMMING that'* full of bugs. If you use a stock Eprom, you could have issues, but he'* BURNING over it.

They are compatible. Just like Don said.
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Pat, it'* the eprom PROGRAMMING that'* full of bugs. If you use a stock Eprom, you could have issues, but he'* BURNING over it.

They are compatible. Just like Don said.
gotcha i he was using the Eprom while he sent out his 95....and that is not the case, so ya he will be ok
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Mortehl, there'* alot of prep work to be done before having a chip burned for that PCM, and there isn't a Series 1 on this forum running one yet.

I will be soon (probably in both cars), but even I am spending a good full MONTH scanning, running, collecting data, and deciding what to burn. You can't guess on any of the parameters.

I'd suggest holding off until a few of us can get the numbers straightened out for the 94/95.
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Mortehl, there'* alot of prep work to be done before having a chip burned for that PCM, and there isn't a Series 1 on this forum running one yet.

I will be soon (probably in both cars), but even I am spending a good full MONTH scanning, running, collecting data, and deciding what to burn. You can't guess on any of the parameters.

I'd suggest holding off until a few of us can get the numbers straightened out for the 94/95.
Understood Will and agreed. I'm not hot on blazing any trails at least until I learn alot more about the way things work. I have no clue how long it will take me to find a 94/95 PCM so I'm starting the hunt now.
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