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Old 04-14-2005, 11:21 AM   #31
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As my friend John says. Get it all together and give it the smoke test.

Smoke Test: Putting the power to something you've just worked on while praying, chanting and hoping like H*** you don't see any smoke come out.
Smoke Theory: Everything contains smoke. It will work fine until you let the smoke out. Moral of Theory: Don't let the smoke out.
Har! Y'know, the first time I saw anyone refer to the "smoke test" was in an email reply from one of our German customers about a new software release we'd sent over, and I thought at the time that he'd mangled some English phrase (even though his writing in English was light-years ahead of what I could do in German), but I couldn't figure out at the time what he was trying to say, other than that we'd _passed_ the smoke test, which we assumed was a Good Thing.
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LOL guys.. I am mainly trying to avoid "letting the smoke out"..

Now, down to business.. I need to figure out the remaining pins on the dash connectors.. I appreciate the help! he problem areas:

Cluster connector C1; Row A:

Pin 3- ORG
Pin 5- PPL/WHT
Pin 7- PNK/BLK (I am guessing a hot in run, start)
Pin 10-TAN/WHT
Pin 11- BRN/WHT
Pin 15- WHT

Cluster connector C1; Row B:

Pin 8- BLK/WHT (I BELIEVE this is the DIC ground)
Pin 15- BLK (Another ground I think)

That'* where my questions currently lie.. Thanks again!
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Old 04-14-2005, 10:42 PM   #33
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LOL guys.. I am mainly trying to avoid "letting the smoke out"..

Now, down to business.. I need to figure out the remaining pins on the dash connectors..
I hate to sound dense here but are you talking about a Lumina dash connector or a Bonne dash connector now?
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Okay, I'll wing it here on basic color definitions, even if we're talking about a Lumina:

Pin 3- ORG: Battery voltage (always hot)
Pin 5- PPL/WHT: Traction Control Fault Indicator (i.e. the Traction Off light)
Pin 7- PNK/BLK (I am guessing a hot in run, start): Yes, ignition power
Pin 10-TAN/WHT: Brake Indicator. Grounded when parking brake is set.
Pin 11- BRN/WHT: Malfunction Indicator Lamp (i.e. the Check Engine light)
Pin 15- WHT: Antilock Indicator

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Cluster connector C1; Row B:
Again I'm not sure exactly which connector (or even which car) you're referring to at this point, but anyway:

Pin 8- BLK/WHT (I BELIEVE this is the DIC ground): It'* most likely a ground, although the same color coding is used for (of all things) the Low Washer Fluid warning, too.
Pin 15- BLK (Another ground I think): Probably.
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Thanks Andy.. I am talking of the Lumina dash connector for the simple fact that I am ADDING the DIC to a Lumina.. But all the wiring I am looking at HERE is for the Bonneville..

EDIT: C1, Cluster, Row A:

Pin 6- BRN
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Thanks Andy.. I am talking of the Lumina dash connector for the simple fact that I am ADDING the DIC to a Lumina.. But all the wiring I am looking at HERE is for the Bonneville..
Ah... light is dawning now.

Okay, I don't have the pinout assignments for the Lumina cluster, but the color coding I gave you is _probably_ going to be the same for both cars, especially for circuits that both have.

Hey, I wonder if there'* a LuminaClub.com out there someplace where you can get the other half of the project worked out for you!
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I have the other half figured out.. The Lumina is a simple setup.. Besides.. I want to keep this lil gem quiet froim the rest of the Lumina owners since they stole my Cutlass digi dash idea!!

I missed the following pins:

C! cluster, Row B:

1- ORG (Battery?)
15- BLK (Ground?)

And on Row A: Pin 6- BRN
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EDIT: C1, Cluster, Row A:

Pin 6- BRN
Got it: C1, Row A, Pin 6 is Air Bag Warning
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C1 cluster, Row B:

1- ORG (Battery?)
15- BLK (Ground?)
Correctamundo!
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Quick followup on one of my previous posts, now that I've found the diagram for the connector you're talking about:

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Cluster connector C1; Row B:
Pin 8- BLK/WHT (I BELIEVE this is the DIC ground): It'* most likely a ground, although the same color coding is used for (of all things) the Low Washer Fluid warning, too.
Pin 15- BLK (Another ground I think): Probably.
Both are simply listed as grounds. The Low Washer Fluid warning is Pin 16 of the other row (Cluster connector C1; Row A; Pin 16; Black/White)

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