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Old 11-30-2014, 11:50 PM   #11
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I still have to fill it with every fluid, re charge the battery etc.

According to this link that plug might not go anywhere, scroll down until you see the thumbnail.

http://www.justanswer.com/chevy/51jf...-carlo-ss.html
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Possible its a rogue connector. You'll know after you start it and the CEL comes on.

Imagine the nightmare I had with a V6 to V8 swap in my S10. Partial rewiring of the harness and FULL software changeover.
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It was the non SC L32, and I pulled that, swapped the trans to the new SC L62 but im using the existing L32 wiring harness.

Ok so I figured out that both the eyelets (picture one) go to the starter. One is the positive and the other is the negative.



Everything is connected except for that one two prong plug. It'* on the firewall side of the motor right behind the alternator.
oooOOOOoooooh, I got confused, sorry, you have RPO'* flying everywhere and I got confused (It'* actually L36 BTW).

I agree, start it, and go from there. Might be a good idea to double check power steering and alternator though too, just to make sure they aren't missing a plug.
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My bad, its been a long day. Ive been going strong since 9:30 A.M. and its 11:00 now. I think ill call it a night and pick up where I left off when I get off work. It'* amazing how much simpler my Subaru is to swap a motor in versus this monte carlo.
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Do you think you will say the same thing when it comes to swapping out the AWD trans in the Subaru vs a FWD 4T65-E?
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the l32 is the 3400 base engine, and it is quite different than the different 3800 and sc 3800 i am pretty surprised anything swapped. you are going to have tuning issues if it runs at all, they may not have the same pinout at the pcm, definitely dont have the same program
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^^^He'* right. I wasn't thinking right with the RPO codes given previously.
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something didnt seem right here, so now that i go back he was right, a ss would have a l36 and he is going to a l67, not so different
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the l32 is the 3400 base engine, and it is quite different than the different 3800 and sc 3800 i am pretty surprised anything swapped. you are going to have tuning issues if it runs at all, they may not have the same pinout at the pcm, definitely dont have the same program
Base 3400 RPO is LA1 if Wikipedia is to be believed.

The L32 is the series 3 supercharged, which is what was blowing my mind, even moreso because that loadout has Drive by wire. I think a few wires need to be added, like a second knock sensor, and the boost control stuff too.
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i think he was using the original l36 wiring
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