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Old 08-26-2006, 02:58 PM   #21
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so if I get a PMV that has the traction control setup from an earlier model, one that doesn't require the PCM to work, could I make that work? or would that be a PITA?
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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.
Does it still work?

I have no idea at the moment what to do with the Pod....

Anyone know if the L36 in the SLE and SSE'* for 95 ever came with Performance shift?

If it did then the programming is in the EPROM... If so.... Giggle giggle

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all mine has is the traction control button that doesnt work
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Have to be supercharged to come with Perform shift stock.
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Have to be supercharged to come with Perform shift stock.
but could it be programmed into the PCM, to use the Perf and the Normal????? that is the 1000000 dollar question
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I meant it has to be supercharged to come with the button.
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