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Old 02-06-2007, 08:14 AM   #11
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Like WillWren said, I can keep referring to the manual and guess at what information you honestly need. Which I won't do, I'm done playing games.

Tell us what you need to know and are trying to do. I have FSM'* for all GM from 98-05 and can probably answer your question if you ask it.
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Like where did you get your donor L67 from? A '99 Bonneville or other 3.8L donor car?

What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

See, the thing about our giving out info without knowing what you are exactly dealing with, is that we could unwittingly be contributing to you burning your car up. Not something we are anxious to do, if you can imagine.

So, help us help you and everyone will go home happy.
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(in case you're unwilling to share your secret, it may ease your mind to know that L67'* have been swapped into Cavaliers, Fiero'*, Grand Am'* and Sunfire'* in the past, so this isn't any secret to us......we even have a couple L67 sand rails on this Forum).

Please be very specific about what you're trying to put in what so we can help you further.
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I'm trying to control the Alternator on the 3.8 with the Sunfire PCM, yet let the 3.8 PCM know the Altenator is there. Maybe all I need to do is run the "L" lamp wire and not use any of the others ?

The donor was a '99 SSEi. I don't have a VIN Number to help out with this. I did replace the AutoTrans with the ManualTrans. I did beef up the Tranny to hold the Power though.

I have pic'* if anyone would like to see...

And I apologize if I offended anyone. I came here because Clubs of any type are like family,and they help there family members out. Thanks Again for your support.
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We are here to help...we only ask for the information and things because we may be able to help further.
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