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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 05-29-2010, 10:31 AM
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hey guys, i'm on a laptop so it's gonna take me a little bit but i'll post links to the threads of the requested info. anything small, like a picture of the air dam will be posted here. sound good mods? i'll check back in a minute

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shifter is binding? like getting stuck? i searched on global connect for that bulletin number and it kept going straight to:

#06-07-30-004F: Various Concerns with Shifter and/or Ignition Key (Perform Repair As Outlined) - (Mar 8, 2010)

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i can most likely figure out the wiring for the gauge cluster and work off of that. i remember when i installed my sunpro tach on my ford contour i literally squeezed the wire in with the factory tach on the back of the gauge cluster. trust me, it gets very messy cutting into wires under the dash! i'm on my girlfriend's computer and she's being a ***** so i'll have to help you out a little later man.
lol thats ok well i need ecu wiring diagram to splice in AEM Fuel/Ignition Controller

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oh wow you're doing a real build lol. sounds awesome. i'll get that up for you in a moment, got some copying and pasting to do.

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ignition controls
fuel controls

is this what you need? if not i can try and find other stuff. this is wiring FROM the ecm

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shifter is binding? like getting stuck? i searched on global connect for that bulletin number and it kept going straight to:

#06-07-30-004F: Various Concerns with Shifter and/or Ignition Key (Perform Repair As Outlined) - (Mar 8, 2010)
I personally went over to look at it and it seems to be that specific issue. Whenever he would put it in park, it binds up on him and won't let him take the key out. Whenever I put the original request up, I was going by what he had told me (He didn't mention the key issue at the time).

In the meantime, I taught him about the little release button located inside the column as a hotfix, but I was wanting to see GM's solution for the main problem.


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oh wow you're doing a real build lol. sounds awesome. i'll get that up for you in a moment, got some copying and pasting to do.

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ignition controls
fuel controls

is this what you need? if not i can try and find other stuff. this is wiring FROM the ecm
also i need wires to ecu cause what that piggy back controller does is that it sends the data with instructions(in mathematical form computer script and electrical pulses difference in voltage and amperage ) to ECU and ECU follows the instructions basically its like this i type instruction to retard timing by -3 into my laptop which goes to piggy back controller (AEM) through usb 2.0 cable and then it sends data to ECU after ECU is done processing the instructions it sends signal to the ignition coils (saying like yo ***** i am retarding by -3 degrees) and there ya go your timing is retarded by -3 degrees and you can use a 25 wet shot of nitrous (-2 is initial and -1 degree for each 25 horse power shot or the turbo boost would be a 1 lb i would use -1.04 retard

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I personally went over to look at it and it seems to be that specific issue. Whenever he would put it in park, it binds up on him and won't let him take the key out. Whenever I put the original request up, I was going by what he had told me (He didn't mention the key issue at the time).

In the meantime, I taught him about the little release button located inside the column as a hotfix, but I was wanting to see GM's solution for the main problem.
https://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/ins...uto-trans.html
here ya go

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also i need wires to ecu cause what that piggy back controller does is that it sends the data with instructions(in mathematical form computer script and electrical pulses difference in voltage and amperage ) to ECU and ECU follows the instructions basically its like this i type instruction to retard timing by -3 into my laptop which goes to piggy back controller (AEM) through usb 2.0 cable and then it sends data to ECU after ECU is done processing the instructions it sends signal to the ignition coils (saying like yo ***** i am retarding by -3 degrees) and there ya go your timing is retarded by -3 degrees and you can use a 25 wet shot of nitrous (-2 is initial and -1 degree for each 25 horse power shot or the turbo boost would be a 1 lb i would use -1.04 retard
haha awesome explanation. ok so is this piggy back ecm going to communicate with the pcm through the data link? you need to read the instructions or something and find out what other source it may use as an input. i totally get what you're saying but i just need a little more info as to what system you need a schematic for. it gives me a list like this:
Engine Controls Schematics
Figure 1: Power, Ground, MIL, and DLC
Figure 2: Engine Data Sensors - 5-Volt and Low Reference Bussing
Figure 3: Engine Data Sensors - Pressure, Temperature, and MAF/IAT
Figure 4: Engine Data Sensors, HO2S
Figure 5: Engine Data Sensors, APP and TAC
Figure 6: Ignition Controls - Ignition System and Sensors
Figure 7: Secondary Air Injection (AIR) System (NU3)
Figure 8: Fuel Controls and Injectors
Figure 9: EVAP Controls
Figure 10: Controlled/Monitored Subsystem References

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haha awesome explanation. ok so is this piggy back ecm going to communicate with the pcm through the data link? you need to read the instructions or something and find out what other source it may use as an input. i totally get what you're saying but i just need a little more info as to what system you need a schematic for. it gives me a list like this:
Engine Controls Schematics
Figure 1: Power, Ground, MIL, and DLC
Figure 2: Engine Data Sensors - 5-Volt and Low Reference Bussing
Figure 3: Engine Data Sensors - Pressure, Temperature, and MAF/IAT
Figure 4: Engine Data Sensors, HO2S
Figure 5: Engine Data Sensors, APP and TAC
Figure 6: Ignition Controls - Ignition System and Sensors
Figure 7: Secondary Air Injection (AIR) System (NU3)
Figure 8: Fuel Controls and Injectors
Figure 9: EVAP Controls
Figure 10: Controlled/Monitored Subsystem References
well here's a short list of what it does
* Precise Fuel Delivery - Allows the tuner to modify injector pulse-width by +/- 100%.
* Timing Retard Control - Ability to retard timing from the factory system based on engine RPM and load inputs.
* Sensor Calibration and Control - Allows recalibration and clamping of the MAF sensor while the on-board MAP sensor is suitable for boosted conditions.
* CAN-BUS Systems Compatible - Inline installation with the factory ECU allows the vehicle to retain functionality of climate controls, dash and other components on the network.
* 8 Injector Channels
* Advanced Injector Load Simulation & Filtering
* 5 Timing Channels (Cam + Crank)
* High/Low Voltage Selectable MAG-Driver Outputs
* TPS Input
* MAP Sensor (Onboard)
* MAP (0-5v Intercept)
* MAF (0-5v Intercept)
* Frequency Based Flow Meter Support
* Speedometer Recalibrator
* O2 Sensor Remapping
* External AFR Input
* 2 Generic 0-5v Remappers
* Boost Controller (Requires AEM 30-2400 Solenoid)
* IAT Logging Input
* PC Datalogging
* 2 MB Internal Logging Memory
so basically i need 'em all........... sorry

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Mike, I need the wiring diagram for the connections that go into the Ac compressor on a 2009 2.2 LAP if you can get them.

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Mike, I need the wiring diagram for the connections that go into the Ac compressor on a 2009 2.2 LAP if you can get them.

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I just found this site and thought that this was a Really Nice of you to offer the information! Thanks!

I've been looking for some info on changing my nephew's lower control arm bushings (or just change the whole arm to the FE5 ones, as this forum has suggested). It's a 2007 LT Sedan in case that matters.

If you have some info on changing the lower control arms, I'd Really Appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!

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is this thread still alive?? I could use some info on replacing the AC expansion valve on a 2006 2.2 liter. Need to pull the entire dash? Just the glovebox? TIA
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