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Old 01-05-2018, 05:45 PM   #381
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Trying to figure out how to incorporate this button into the car.


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Old 01-05-2018, 06:48 PM   #382
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Old 01-05-2018, 08:34 PM   #383
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Old 01-05-2018, 08:52 PM   #384
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on a side note: Jeff any reason why YOUR PICS ARE FRIGGIN UUUUUUGGGGGEEEEE all of a sudden ?

or am I the only one having an issue with it?
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Old 01-06-2018, 10:45 AM   #385
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I'll have to go back and get the switch now! It can be the enable for the line lock, was going to use the red button on the shifter.

Realized I'd put the stock tune in the ecm, it was idling at 850 in the vid, getting ready to drop it down and really hear that cam.

Haven't changed anything with the pics, just photo bucket copy and paste link.
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Old 01-07-2018, 07:14 PM   #386
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Didn't get much of anything done on the car this weekend. But did get time to research all the connectors / sensors I'm using and started to comb the harness.

Labeled all the used wires @ the ECM.



Pulled them out of the ecm connector, untangled them, then started to route them. Will continue moving power and grounds this week and get everything cleaned up. Also need to figure out where I'm mounting the fuse box and ECM.

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Old 01-12-2018, 07:31 AM   #387
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Nothing to report. Working on where I want to place everything. Most likely mounting ECM and fuse box under the dash, got to see if there's enough room for everything.

Been researching bulkhead connectors to get the wires through the firewall cleanly (85-100 wires..). One I like is over $200, so it's either going to be cutting a hole and using a grommet or finding something that looks halfway decent in the junkyard and re-purposing it.

Did mount the accessories and my cheap ebay silverado intake. Really wish I could do away with the accessories, damn they look like crap.



Got the wires cleaned up and service loops anchored for each sensor/injector/etc. This is where I'm at right now. Was going to bolt the front sheetmetal back on to find hiding places for everything, but after looking @ engine bay pics I don't think I'll have many places to put things without running stupid long loops to get everything hooked up. Reason I'm looking towards hiding spots under the dash. Also wouldn't have to worry about getting water in the fuse box or fabbing some kind of cover for it.

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Old 01-12-2018, 09:24 AM   #388
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ECU in my car was basically right under the glove box. it worked well before the Classic air had to go in...
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Jeff, you continue to amaze me. I see a couple wires and start to panic thinking about how to figure out where each one goes and how to route it.
That gave me heart palpitations just looking at the picture. 85-100 wire? No thanks, I'll pass.
simple repinning and rewiring of the Vortec V6 S10 harness to make it run the L31 Vortec 5.7 has me scared to death. And spending $700 (or more. Can't remember what I was quoted now) to have someone (CPW) make me one is the reason why the V8 swap has been canned for the foreseeable future.
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Old 01-14-2018, 05:38 AM   #390
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Man it's not that bad. Like driving down a new road, it always ends up somewhere and you can always turn around and go back. As long as you have any type of wiring diagram (map) you should be set to go. Most of the wires have definitive functions, some are just power or ground. Most of the sensors on this engine are just 2 or 3 wires. The only thing that has a lot of wires are the maf and electronic throttle. Some are fed 5v (grey) from the ecm, others are keyed 12v (pink). The wire colors tell you a lot, but that's just the coloring of the plastic sheathing, they're just copper wires underneath. The wiring diagrams you can find online tell you the gauge size, it's not bad once you realize all the info is there.

On your swap, the injectors all have a +12v keyed power wire (pink). The other wire goes to the ecm. Simply put, the ecm toggles the injector's ground and that's what makes them fire. You'd have to splice 2 power wires in then add 2 wires from the extra injectors to the ecm. Do like I did, put masking tape on every single wire you're going to touch, write location/function on it, that way you can always get it back where it came from. If one piece of tape falls off, no big deal, pick it up, find the wire without a marking, put it back on.
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