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Old 07-08-2005, 04:31 AM   #1
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Other than the CCR which I have heard lots of stories about.

What are the common problems to find on these years?
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As far as I can tell there are a few common problems.

PCM/ECM call it what you would like.
Electrical connections (buy a tube of dielectric grease)
Hybrid year so many places can't scan
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As far as I can tell there are a few common problems.

PCM/ECM call it what you would like.
Electrical connections (buy a tube of dielectric grease)
Hybrid year so many places can't scan
yea if ur going to get a 94/95 get a scan tool from dr jay for 145 bucks or so so u can do it urself
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As far as I can tell there are a few common problems.

PCM/ECM call it what you would like.
Electrical connections (buy a tube of dielectric grease)
Hybrid year so many places can't scan
yea if ur going to get a 94/95 get a scan tool from dr jay for 145 bucks or so so u can do it urself
I meant if you take it to a shop or auto parts store. In looking for a spare or different ecm for my 95 I have been unable to locate one at a good price.
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Other than the CCR which I have heard lots of stories about.

What are the common problems to find on these years?
None of the L67'* have 'common' problems with the drivetrain.

CCR is a problem, but not really any loss when you disable the system.
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what is CCR?
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Computer Command Ride. Electronic struts. Touring and Performance mode buttons on your console.

Unreliable, GM dropped it. Replacement parts are horribly expensive.
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thank you, is there a glossery of terms somewhere so I don't ask all the time?
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Techinfo.
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