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Old 08-18-2006, 02:31 PM   #1
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I would like to do a fan override mod, however all I can find is for 97+. Id like to see if I can get a plug-and-play first because cutting up and splicing up the factory wiring is not ideal for me and I would like that to be the absolute last resort. Is it possible that the 97+ kit can be modified to work on the 96 and what exactly is the difference even though they are all OBDII?
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What kit are you talking about?
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This is the same sold at Intense:
https://www.casperselectronics.com/M...ry_Code=gp38sc

I was searching just now, and I found something at ZZP, but it doesn't say what year they work on. Anyone using this one?
http://www.zzperformance.com/grand_p...ts1.php?id=194
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That override should work the same on a 96 as a 97. Unless something was crazy with your pcm.. to my knowledge the only thing different about your pcm is it expects a 4T60 trans with a series 2 motor instead of a 4T65 found in the 97+
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The overrides that boosty made works fine on my car
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