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Old 03-14-2005, 11:35 AM   #1
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Default Dash pinout- 92 SSE EDIT4/3: I have the CORRECT part: PIC!!*

Hey all.. New guy jere.. I have a Driver Systemmonitor from a 92 SSE.. I want to put it in and JUST itinto a different car.. I have the main PC board that the speedo and tacho connect to, and the DIC itself, along with both the long and short harness pigtails.. Powering it will be simple.. Mounting it in the car will be even easier.. Getting the monitor to work (lmaps, doors ajar, etc) will be a challenge.. What do i need to get the lamp monitor to work? And can the mileage be altered on it? Or is it like the Cutlass Supreme UB3 digital and too stupid to be altered?

I know, it seems like a bastardization.. But I just saw the screen connected to the speedo/tacho PC board on the seat.. So I grabbed it.. I can figure it out im sure, but a pinout would really help.. lol.. Let me know, and I thank you all for any help you can give me!
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Hey all.. New guy jere.. I have a Driver Systemmonitor from a 92 SSE.. I want to put it in and JUST itinto a different car.. I have the main PC board that the speedo and tacho connect to, and the DIC itself, along with both the long and short harness pigtails.. Powering it will be simple.. Mounting it in the car will be even easier.. Getting the monitor to work (lmaps, doors ajar, etc) will be a challenge..
I guess all things are possible with enough time and money. For what you want to do, I would definitely recommend getting the factory service manual, because you're going to be in major need of the wiring diagrams for each monitored circuit.

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What do i need to get the lamp monitor to work?
You're going to need the Adaptive Lamp Monitor Unit, which monitors current flow to each group of bulbs, and flags the appropriate warning segments in the DIC display if current flow decreases compared to its memory of the last driving sessions.

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And can the mileage be altered on it? Or is it like the Cutlass Supreme UB3 digital and too stupid to be altered?
I think I'd call it "secure" rather than "stupid" but I'm not aware of how you'd alter the mileage, no. (The trip odometer resets with any power failure, but I assume that'* not what you're referring to here.)

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I know, it seems like a bastardization.. But I just saw the screen connected to the speedo/tacho PC board on the seat.. So I grabbed it.. I can figure it out im sure, but a pinout would really help.. lol.. Let me know, and I thank you all for any help you can give me!
The pinout for the DIC may be in the manual (volume 2 for wiring), although I'm not sure where a comprehensive pinout diagram is; for any given circuit, they normally list only those pins on a component that are actually involved in that particular circuit. Maybe there'* something in the primary connector diagrams near the back...

Anyhow, I think you'll find lots of your questions answered in the factory manual. Try scoring one off of eBay. Make sure you get the exact one for your year of Bonne.

What year and model are you trying to install this in?
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Year: 1990
Model: Chevy Lumina



Ill try nd get oine off eBay.. Ill check to make sure that this Bonnie I got this off of is in fact a 92.. I MAINLY need to know what all I should nab off the donor car for the systems monitor.. The lights n what not.. lol..
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Ill try nd get oine off eBay.. Ill check to make sure that this Bonnie I got this off of is in fact a 92.. I MAINLY need to know what all I should nab off the donor car for the systems monitor.. The lights n what not.. lol..
Yeah, the ALM drives the display; it sounds like you found the display, but would still need to get the ALM, which I'm pretty sure is a separate box mounted under the dash on one of the multi-purpose mounts. In a perfect world, there would be one cable harness linking it directly to the DIC display, but I doubt you're going to be that lucky.

Come to think of it, are you sure that no model of Lumina had a similar Driver Info display that you might find in a boneyard? Eurosport, Z34 or whatever?
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Sadly, the Lumina was the "WBody family Bitch".. The Grand Prix, and Cutlass both got a similar thing.. I am using the Grand Prix version already.. But the one I like doesn;t have the systems monitor that I am lookin for.. lol.. But I am still puttin it in because it looks sweet..

..ALM.. Hmmm.. Anyone else know how I can get this? I can attack the SSE again and see what I find.. But I need to know what I am looking for.. lol
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..ALM.. Hmmm.. Anyone else know how I can get this? I can attack the SSE again and see what I find.. But I need to know what I am looking for..
Okay, found it in the '93 manual: Whoops, it'* the Adaptive Lamp Monitor _Module_... "Behind left-hand side of instrument panel, right-hand side of steering column support"

Let'* see... Figure 201-8-D...

rustle-rustle-rustle...
flip-flip-flip...
hmm...

Ah, here we are. Go to that location, just above the pedals, and look for the wiring coming out of the brake-light switch. It'll curve up towards a large vertical bracket with various components on it. The ALM is a largish box wearing an aluminum heat sink with large vertical cooling fins. It will have one large wiring harness connector plugged into the top of it (C1) and two smaller ones coming out the bottom (C2 and C3). The harness for the multi-function chime module connector emerges from underneath it at its lower left corner; you might want to grab that, too.

Suggest you cut and remove as much of the connecting wiring harnesses as you can, to come out with the box, to make wiring it in a little easier once you've identified which circuit is which.

I don't have the pinout assignments for C1, C2 or C3 yet; I assume they're in the manual here but I've got some other things I still need to get done tonight. Let us know if you get these components, anyhow...
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Ill try and hit the UPull this week!
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UPDATE:

Got a box of somekind.. It is gray plastic, says Delco Electronics on it, and has a heat sink on one end..

Model number: 16139592
Serial Number: 2000808

This was the only box from the 982 SSE that had a heat nink on it.. Is this the Lamp monitor I need? Let me know! Thanks!

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This was the only box from the 982 SSE that had a heat nink on it.. Is this the Lamp monitor I need? Let me know! Thanks!
Well, you should find three connectors on it:

C1 is a gray connector with 15 cavities. C2 is a black connector, also 15 cavities. C3 is a gray, two-row connector of 16 cavities (2 x 8). I hope you grabbed as much of the wiring harnesses that plug into it as possible, too, so you can just splice wires instead of having to crimp new connector pins, etc.
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Hmmmm... this only has a 24 pin connector on it..... gray n blue.... differences in 92 models?
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