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auto ecu for manny?

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by bustedknuckles, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. bustedknuckles

    bustedknuckles Member

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    I really need an ECU for a 94 Ls motor manual tranny. I have found a lot of ones for automatics though. I really need some help. So if you have one an Ecu for sale for a manny or know how to make an automatic one work please help me. Also i have an ecu from a 91 teg manual would that one work?
     
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    Remove RP17 and RP18 and replace RP18 with a jumper wire, there ya go, auto to manual :)
     
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    alrite sounds easy but where do i find them wires and what wire should i use for the jumper wire?
     
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    www.pgmfi.org is your friend. If you read and get a cheap sottering iron you can make your auto a 5spd :)
     
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    alrite i read and found where they were and what to do like nfn said. but i couldnt find on how to do a jumper wire. So how do you do it. I step-dad does a lot with computers and building boards so he knows how to sotter but how do i do the jumper once again. ya'll have been a lot of help i appreciate it
     
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    a jumper wire is just a straight piece of wire that has no resistance. buy a resistor from radio shack or something and just cut the leg off and use it that for the jumper wire.
     
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    Read the library on pgmfi. They arent wires they are jumpers/resistors inside the ECU, just below the PROM spot on tha board. Things are labeled with characters such as "RP17" and "RP18"

    FWIW, its "soldering" not "sottering"
     
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    really, you don't have to use real jumpers, i promise, i've chipped more ecu's and done more auto to manual and p06/p05 to p28 conversions than i care to count. i've never once used a real jumper, i ALWAYS use legs that i've cut off of capacitors and resistors.
     
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    Ya I know what a jumper is, I was explaining to the other guy since he said he couldnt find the "wires", I assumed he was looking for some wires in the harness, I clearly understand what a jumper is.... :D
     
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