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Old 11-11-2003, 03:25 PM   #11
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For those that don't know, I unplug my original Eprom from the PCM, the Jet plugs in, then the Stock PCM plugs into the JET.

The Jet modifies all signals coming in and out of the Stock Eprom. Think of it as a 'translator'.
So is there a simple way to 'upgrade' to OBDII??
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Engine, trans, PCM, and wiring harness. The whole deal.
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Engine, trans, PCM, and wiring harness. The whole deal.
Oh, that'* not too bad....
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For those that don't know, I unplug my original Eprom from the PCM, the Jet plugs in, then the Stock PCM plugs into the JET.

The Jet modifies all signals coming in and out of the Stock Eprom. Think of it as a 'translator'.
Isn't it possbile to hook it up to a switch to turn it on and off? I coulda sworn smellbird has his like this when i talked to him before we went cruising one night.
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Only works for 95 and up
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