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Old 02-25-2010, 09:44 AM   #381
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Per the pm. That fuse was per the 98FSM
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Old 02-25-2010, 09:53 AM   #382
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No fuse in that spot, 98 must be a little different.
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Old 02-25-2010, 10:33 AM   #383
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Looks like 97 is different than 98. Here'* ESI'* 97 info
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Didn't you already check this fuse?
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I think so, but that was when the car wasn't running.
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Old 02-25-2010, 01:46 PM   #385
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Well..you have two splices, a grommet and a connector in the mix. I'd check for power at pin B5 on C101. That'* the main engine wiring harness connection on the RH side behind the AC accumulator/drier.
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Got home from work early, so I was able to check things out.

Well, well, well, what have we here?
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All this for a blown fuse. Nice of GM to label this fuse as misc engine/cruise control.

Now I can actually start cleaning up. The shop is a total mess.
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Gave her just a little. Need time to scan and check the tune


The new gears seem to hold about 2100 rpms @ 60 mph. The old gears had about 2100 RPMs @ about 70 mph
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Sounds like someone needs an aeroforce gauge : ). It'* much easier than lugging around the laptop if your only checking for KR. Plus you can always monitor it.
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I have a aeroforce. Most of the time I have engine coolant and trans temp displayed. But I do bring up KR from time to time. Right now KR is not my concern. I had that all tuned before the trans stopped working. I want to scan shift points. But after driving around for a bit, everything seems to be working.

One thing that really worked well was the gear change. Bill suggested using HPtuners to change the gear ratio. Stock gears are 2.93 and the PCM has is displayed as 3.29. So, by simply inputting 3.69 for the gear ratio was all that was needed. Way better then spending $60 on a VSS reluctor wheel to spoof the transmission.
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Well, fuse went out again. But this time while I was scanning and logging information. I have a voltage spike right when I got the SES light. Looks like I'm searching for a short.
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What was it I said above.. two splices a connector and a pass through?

Look at Cell 10 or whatever those splices feed. You'll have a chance of it being something else.
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