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Old 08-25-2006, 02:15 PM   #11
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The PCM is not programmed for the shift mode. It will not work.
Guess that'* just Series I that it works for.
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if i hook the traction control button up, will the traction off light get falsely turned on since there is no traction control?
Probably not

John... are you saying you have experience with this?
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Only the L67 Eprom carries the code for that input line. And all L67'* came with the shift button.

Remember that the L67 by default is limited to a lower shift point unless you select performance shift, in which case it will shift like the L27.
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Only the L67 Eprom carries the code for that input line. And all L67'* came with the shift button.

Remember that the L67 by default is limited to a lower shift point unless you select performance shift, in which case it will shift like the L27.
yup the L27 has the higher shift, programmed stock...so in other words the L27 is in Perf. mode 100% of the time
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At least in a Series I, the Normal button will "retard" the shifting behavior of an L27. And I still feel that a L67 is programmed with a more aggresive Perform shift than an L27 has, after driving my car and a few L27s.
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So what'* the difference between a car that has traction control and one that doesn't? Just the PCM?
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The PCM and the PMV in your case. The doohicky under your airbox with all the brake lines.

For your year, it uses applied braking and retarded engine timing.

For earlier years, the PCM has nothing to do with it (97-95).
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For me the pod lights up and looks pretty... Thats about it... LMAO

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Keep in mind those switches can be used for other purposes. And it has been done before.
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Keep in mind those switches can be used for other purposes. And it has been done before.
As gimmicky as it is, I don't know why, but everyone loves it when I hit my TC button... But it is fun to hit a button and listen to 'er fire up.
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