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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 11-10-2003, 01:56 PM   #21
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Bridget, that'* the same tool Jr's3800 and I both have. It came with the 12 pin connector, you'll need to buy the 16-pin. Wait til it gets here to make sure, though.

Great price on the ICM/coils. Most wreckers charge $100 for an ICM with 3 coils.
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willwren what do you think about the codesthat were pulled

740 torque Converter (traction control?)
361 EST line not toggling
321 no 18X ignition pulse
101 Mass Air Flow Failure

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willwren what do you think about the codesthat were pulled

740 torque Converter (traction control?)
361 EST line not toggling
321 no 18X ignition pulse
101 Mass Air Flow Failure

thanks
On the 740, you might want to read this: http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=10835 near the bottom, Fuddyduddy may have answered this question, and you may have just fixed it with the flush and cooler.....I hope.

361 EST? Electronic Spark Timing? Not sure on my guess as to what EST is, but:
321 no 18x ignition pulse......should be related, both codes may be coming from the same fault, and it'* probably your crank sensor....or the magnet fell off the discriminator (but I've not seen that on a 92-99...the magnet usually is only a problem on the 87-91, so cross your fingers and pray for the sensor).

101.....if your MAF is hooked up, and it'* still throwing that code, remove it and inspect it for debris on the filamnet or a broken filamnent. Do you still have the 92? Try swapping the MAF sensors between them and see what codes you get on each car. They won't run great as the MAF sensors are slightly different, but it could give you a better idea.
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Remind me next week - I'll have to take a peek in the manual for some of those 94-95 codes. I don't have any of that stuff with me.
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Y'know.......I might just have that in my scantool case. I'll take a look today, too.
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The cable says ALDL on it, so it is the 12 pin. You need the CP-9111 OBD-II cable, Actron sells them directly for $45.00. (that was the easiest place for me to find one) Way to go on the EBAY shopping, my wife and I have been with them since their beginning. The 1361 code is the same one that was thrown on mine. It is telling you the coil pack (controlled by the Ignition Module) fires upon cranking, but once it starts the PCM receives a pulse signal (from crank sensor to PCM -thru the Module) that tells the PCM to take over your ignition timing. I can send you the GM data sheet that was shared with me on the subject, but chances are the Ignition Module is bad.
BTW : GMPARTSDIRECT has the module for $138.00. Good luck on your repairs
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You need the CP-9111 OBD-II cable
That would be the CP-9115 cable...
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Whoops my bad (thanks)
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thanks all..i am patiently waiting on my scantool..it should be here by the end of the week..thanks
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