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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 10-24-2006, 07:12 PM
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i just realized the the [inflatable restraint] light, blinks 6 times, then after trying to start the car it blinks 6 times again

ps. the check engine light stays on all the time

well im gona eat, then go f**k with it some more, this is my new day job
all so the [inflatable restraint] light stays on when Cranking

all my [9] coils are good
im calling it a day ill play with it tomorrow
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so should i get another PCM
do i need to swich the chips if it came out the same year
and can the [PCM] be tested?

i got one out of the junkyard same year but because it got hit maybe it got fried?
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i havint gave up yet,
i will post when i get it working
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Did you check ALL of your fuses. Drivers side block, passenger side block, engine bay.


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man right now i wish it was a fuse..lol
im looking in to the PCM.. the snow will fall soon
need to get this solve fast or look for a new car.
it sucks the car ran very strong
but i wont give up, best car i ever had
she was good to me so i have patients for her
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will i tryed to send it to a shop and thay wont touch it
not even the dealership will look at it
id hate to say it but theres nothig more that can be done
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They won't work on it? That'* rather unusual. Any reasons given?
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Double check that you are getting power to the coils, I seriously doubt that you are since you aren't getting any to the injectors AND you aren't getting any spark. Those are two seperat circuits computer-wise and the computer doesn't control the 12v side: it switches the ground side to fire the injectors and the coils.

The 12v power usually goes thru fuses, then the ign switch, which activates the various relays (ign relay, EFI relay...) (note I probably have the wrong names for the relays but their function is what I'm trying to emphasize)

I don't have a schematic handy but you either suffered several relay breaks, a bad ignition switich, or a broken/corroded wires in the ign sw circuit.
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They won't work on it? That'* rather unusual. Any reasons given?
after i told them the story
thay said thay dont want to get involved, that i should send it to a speacialist up in Kingston [N.Y] but thats to far to take a non runnig car


im looking at a 94 Grand AM GT [only $700]
but it sucks, its only got the 3100 in it :(
how r thay anyone have/had one,?
but i would rather drop the $700 in the bonne
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here a pic,, battery is low as you can see but it does show 11.6-12v when its charged


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but when i put the meter to resistans/200 the beep thingy
i get a beep with the prongs set up like in the above pic [key on]
is that normal??
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