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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-12-2016, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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Oh my you found it
You can see from my image how they were configured into the connector that plugs into the clock spring.
The wire colours and definitions were the same but the order for the 4 wires was different.....at least for the wheel i received.
Note connector pins C D E & F,
Pink & gray should be on C &D while blue & white/black should be on E & F.
Once these 4 wires were ordered to match the Cobalt's diagram...everything works perfectly
That is
C pink
D gray
E Blue
F white / black
NOT as they were received or as shown

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I have taken the BC out a couple of time now and put about 200mi on it since installing the new wheel.
What a pleasure! It works great. So far I have see it engage as low as 30mph and holds 75mph quite well and all buttons work great and as expected.

Looking now for that bluetooth interface for hands free telephone operation.
It looks like onstar with bluetooth installation or aftermarket...
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It has been a while and now near 1000 miles since I installed all of the mods on the 08 BC, ....(Blue Cobalt),. Cruise is working GREAT and the radio buttons work as expected.......
I am normaly getting 32-35MPG on the runns i do....50-60 mi city hiway @ 70 and 33.4mpg @ 68mph ave over 440miles from Dallas to Shreeveport and back....i think it is time to replace the stock FE1 springs for the FE5 springs.
As a side note, the just installed a recever hitch so that I can couple to an aircraft tow bar to pull my twin out and around the airport.

The 08 Silver LT needs the AC mide diverter valve, cam reClocked.... no defrost....the JB Weld seems to be holding the temp diverter valve just fine.......and she still needs new shocks & struts @ all 4 corners.
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