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    Well a typical temp for most modern transmissions...

    Well a typical temp for most modern transmissions is 200 to 210. If you have modified the lockup to occur less than this again should be considered normal. If you reach 240 that is when you start...
  2. And of course under heavy load when you have...

    And of course under heavy load when you have higher blowby that could overcome the PCV's capacity the additional crankcase gases will use the tube that goes to the fresh air hose and be taken into...
  3. Sometimes the smartest guy in the room is the one...

    Sometimes the smartest guy in the room is the one you least suspect.
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    Tough question. Not knowing what "shift kit/mod"...

    Tough question. Not knowing what "shift kit/mod" is in it you will have a heck of a time. If the adapts can't adjust to a reasonable level you won't be able to change it with software. Hate it when...
  5. Pardon my question but what do you mean you have...

    Pardon my question but what do you mean you have your PCV hoses linked together?
  6. Following. I tell many who come to me for help...

    Following.
    I tell many who come to me for help or advice.
    Those that can, do.
    Those that can't, teach.
    Half way through my college days studying for engineering I discovered my teachers were...
  7. Thank you. Very little tunes here on the Dmax's....

    Thank you. Very little tunes here on the Dmax's. You da' man.
  8. I had the exact issue on a tow in. First thing I...

    I had the exact issue on a tow in. First thing I do on the no start is power and ground. I have a high beam sealed headlight that I use as a test light for shorts, grounds and stuff that will have a...
  9. Most of the time if you have a grounding issue...

    Most of the time if you have a grounding issue you will get no codes and a stalling/engine shutoff condition. If it is a power supply side issue you will get random multiple codes that make no sense....
  10. Have done several TCM programmings and haven't...

    Have done several TCM programmings and haven't used the old TCM on replacement. Some ask for the info on the tag of the trans that is going in but that's about it. Personally programmed maybe 30 to...
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    In the software you downloaded you have 2...

    In the software you downloaded you have 2 separate programs. One is the editor that changes the software and where the "Tune" or *.hpt comes from. Someone can look at that and manipulate or determine...
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    A monitor is a test. It has either run/complete...

    A monitor is a test. It has either run/complete or not run/incomplete. It is not a pass or fail it is just if the test has completed for whatever system needed the test. If you look at each monitor...
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    This gave me a flashback of a CAN issue I had...

    This gave me a flashback of a CAN issue I had with a Malibu I think. It used the terminating resistor in the TCM. Looking at the CAN diagram I see that 15 19 could be valid in this situation. Generic...
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    Currently an LB7 but I do em' all. :)

    Currently an LB7 but I do em' all. :)
  15. Sorry I don't know. From what I understand the...

    Sorry I don't know. From what I understand the fuel tank level is a sensor input to the FPCM and a CAN communicated data signal to the ECM/PCM. Can you give me a little more info on what you are...
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    That's the thing. I did not see any of the...

    That's the thing. I did not see any of the pictures/screenshots. Unless I went to the wrong tutorial. I was looking at a stock file and was unsure of the exact tables to copy over. Can you link to...
  17. Did you make sure to read the FPCM? 108853 That...

    Did you make sure to read the FPCM? 108853
    That is how they read fuel level. Through the FPCM. 108854
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    Pull the O2 sensors and start it. You can hear...

    Pull the O2 sensors and start it. You can hear the exhaust pulse will be very noticeable with a plugged exhaust. I have an exhuast pressure tester I use that screws into the existing O2 bung. Works...
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    The calculator seems pretty complete but I was...

    The calculator seems pretty complete but I was going over a read and trying to figure what table goes into what table on the .xls. The original guide on this here has all the pictures gone. The xls's...
  20. Maybe you should wait to tune those turbo...

    Maybe you should wait to tune those turbo injectors until you get your turbo on. ;)
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    He needs the PCM to see an actual fuel level so...

    He needs the PCM to see an actual fuel level so it can run the EVAP diagnostic.

    If you can't find a replacement aftermarket you could always run a resistor inline with the fuel level so it reads...
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    26.0 Gallon Tank (Short Bed Pickup and 4-Door...

    26.0 Gallon Tank (Short Bed Pickup and 4-Door Utility)

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    40-66 ohms
    1.0 V
    0-13%
    0-11.9 L (0-3.1 gal)

    1/4
    83-110 ohms
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    No HP Tuners will not. Need Tech2Win or...

    No HP Tuners will not. Need Tech2Win or aftermarket scanner. Going into the power steering control module "EPS", center the vehicle. This may take a little time because you are not centering the...
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    Personally I never re-use knock sensors. GM says...

    Personally I never re-use knock sensors. GM says once torqued they should be replaced if removed. Also even the slightest drop can damage them. After every single one I put in I DSO them to check...
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    Ahh. Good catch. I looked it up as the title said...

    Ahh. Good catch. I looked it up as the title said 2013. Opened the file and saw as you said it is actually a 2003. My bad
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