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  1. 2 points
    55trucker

    Car Hesitating/Dying

    use this list to find your ECM/chip locate your engine/platform in the left side menu, locate your year, then the corresponding ECM number...use the the ECM number listed in the lower main menu to find the memcal/PROM that was used with that particular ECM/ vehicle application This page lists the several generations of GM engine, powertrain, and vehicle control modules which are characterized by having a single EPROM or EEPROM containing both the vehicle calibration and program code. This page does not cover the older C3 generation of ECMs. It also does not cover any flash based control modules. Items in italics are unverified. An incomplete list of ECMs/PCMs/VCMs: 1227165 1227303 1227727 1227730 1227748 1227749 1227752 1228321 1228331 1228253 1228706 1228707 1228708 16132792 16134847 16141470 16149396 16153597 16156647 16159278 16159282 16163993 16168625 16183247 16186695 16191947 16196344 16196393 16196395 16196401 16196404 16197128 16197427 16198259 16198260 16198262 16198263 16198264 16198266 16198267 16199982 An incomplete list of Australian ECMs/PCMs/VCMs: 1227277 1227808 16146299 16176424 16183082 16195699 16199728 16206305 16208252 16208257 16210672 16234531 Car ECM selection by model year and engine type: 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1.6 OHC L4 TBI “6” L73 (LeMans) 1227303 1227303 1227303 1227303 1227303 1227303 1.9 L4 TBI “9” (Saturn) … … … 1.9 L4 PFI “7” (Saturn) … … … 2.0 OHC L4 TBI “K” LT2 (LeMans) 1227303 1227303 1227303 2.0 L4 TBI “P” LQ5 1227165 2.0 L4 TBI “1” LL8 1227730 1227730 1228321 1228321 2.0 OHC L4 TBI “K” LT2 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 2.0 OHC L4 PFI turbo “M” LT3 1227749 1227749 1227749 1227749 2.0 OHC L4 PFI “H” LE4 16159282 16159282 16159282 16196393 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2.2 L4 TBI “G” LM3 1227748 1227748 2.2 L4 PFI “4” LN2 16134847 16134847 16191947 16191947 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “D” LD2 (exc. “W” body) 1227749 1227749 1228707 1228707 1228707 16156450 16173278 16183978 16183978 16191947 16193700 16196285 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “D” LD2 (“W” body) 1228708 1228708 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “A” LG0 (exc. “W” body) 1228707 1228707 1228707 16156450 16156450 16173278 16191947 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “A” LG0 (“W” body) 1228708 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “3” L40 16156450 16173278 16191947 2.5 L4 TBI “R” LR8 (exc. “W” body) 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 2.5 L4 TBI “R” LR8 (“W” body) 1227727 1227727 1227727 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2.5 L4 TBI “U” L68 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 1227748 2.8 V6 PFI “W” LB6 (exc. “W” body) 1227730 1227730 1227730 2.8 V6 PFI “W” LB6 (“W” body) 1227727 1227727 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 (exc. “W” body) 1227730 1227730 1227730 1227730 1227730 1227730 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 (“F” body) 16196404 16196404 16196404 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 (“W” body) 1227727 1227727 1227727 1227727 1227727 16149396 3.1 V6 SFI “T” L82 16184164 3.1 V6 SFI “M” L82 16196387 16196387 3.1 V6 PFI turbo “V” LG5 1227727 1227727 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 3.3 V6 PFI “N” LG7 1228706 1228706 1228706 1228706 1228706 3.4 DOHC V6 PFI “X” LQ1 16149396 16149396 16149396 3.4 DOHC V6 SFI “X” LQ1 16196401 16196401 3.8 V6 SFI “C” LN3 1228253 1228253 1228253 1228253 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 (exc. “W” body) 16141470 16141470 16141470 16183247 16183247 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 (“W” body) 16132792 16132792 16132792 3.8 V6 SFI “K” L36 16183247 3.8 V6 SFI supercharged “1” L67 16141470 16141470 16141470 16183247 16183247 5.0 V8 TPI “F” LB9 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227730 1227730 1227730 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 5.7 V8 TPI “8” L98 (“F” body) 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227730 1227730 1227730 5.7 V8 TPI “8” L98 (“Y” body) 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227727 1227727 5.7 V8 TPI “P” LT1 16159278 16159278 5.7 DOHC V8 SFI “J” LT5 1228331 1228331 16163993 16163993 16163993 16163993 Truck ECM selection by model year and engine type: 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2.2 L4 PFI “4” LN2 16199982 2.5 L4 TBI “E” LN8 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227165 1227165 2.5 L4 TBI “A” L38 1227165 16156647 16156647 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 16141470 16141470 16183247 16183247 4.3 V6 TBI “Z” LB4 4.3 V6 CPI “W” L35 16156647 16156647 4.3 V6 PFI turbo “Z” LB4 1227749 1227749 1227749 5.0 V8 TBI “H” L03 5.7 V8 TBI “K” L05 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 7.4 V8 TBI “N” L19 1227165 16198259 Schematic Application: 1986 2.0 L4 TBI “P” LQ5 w/ MT 1986-89 5.0 V8 TPI “F” LB9 1986-89 5.7 V8 TPI “8” L98 1987-91 truck 2.5 L4 TBI “E” LN8 1991 truck 2.5 L4 TBI “A” L38 MEMCAL IDs: “P”: CRY, CRZ, … “F”: AUM, ACXT, AKFM, AKFR, … “8”: BUA, AANK, AANL, APYP, APYU, AUJM, … “E”: ADHF, AMJW, ASWY, AXAA, … “A”: AUXH, … EPROM type: 27C128 1227277 Schematic Description: 1227808 w/o O2 input Application: Australian L4 TBI EPROM type: 27C128 1227303 Schematic Description: 1227752 w/ one missing quad driver Application: 1988-93 1.6 OHC L4 TBI “6” L73 (LeMans) 1988-90 2.0 OHC L4 TBI “K” LT2 (LeMans) MEMCAL IDs: “6”: ACXP, ACXR, AXCF, ASFM, … “K”: ANAB, … EPROM type: 27C128 1227727 16197128 16198260 Schematic More info Description: 1227730 in underhood case Application: 1990-92 2.5 L4 TBI “R” LR8 (“W” body) 1988-89 2.8 V6 PFI “W” LB6 (“W” body) 1989-93 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 (“W” body) 1989-90 3.1 V6 PFI turbo “V” LG5 1990-91 5.7 V8 TPI “8” L98 (“Y” body) MEMCAL IDs: “R”: APTW, … “W”: AMAS, APWM, ATRA, … “T”: ARCX, ARZW, ATSN, ATSP, AUMY, … “V”: ASAN, ASMF, ATMJ, ATMK, AUAD, AUAF, AUFR, AZRC “8”: ANHT, ARFP, … EPROM type: 27C128 or 27C256 1227730 16196344 16198262 Schematic More info Application: 1987 2.0 L4 TBI “1” LL8 1988 2.0 L4 TBI “1” LL8 (early) 1987-89 2.8 V6 PFI “W” LB6 (exc. “W” body) 1988-94 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 (exc. “W” body) 1990-92 5.0 V8 TPI “F” LB9 1990-92 5.7 V8 TPI “8” L98 (“F” body) MEMCAL IDs: “1”: FML, AAST, ADDT, ADDU, … “W”: AAWW, AAXM, ADBT, ADBU, ADCM, ADDB, ADPK, ADPL, ADPP, ADRJ, ADRR, ADRU, ADRX, ADRY, ADRZ, ADSB, ALZN, ALZT, AMAP, ANKK, ANWA, APWD, ARBX, ARCN, ARDC, ARXU, ARYH, ASMJ, ASMK, ASMW, ASMX, ASNA, ASNB, ASWD, ATZD, ATZF, … “T”: ARUT, AUAR, AZTY, … “F”: … “8”: AUJP, … EPROM type: 27C128 or 27C256 1227748 Schematic Description: Two edge card connectors, uses EPROM instead of MEMCAL Application: 1987-91 2.0 OHC L4 TBI “K” LT2 1990-91 2.2 L4 TBI “G” LM3 1987-92 2.5 L4 TBI “R” LR8 (exc. “W” body) 1987-91 2.5 L4 TBI “U” L68 MEMPAK IDs: “K”: ABLT, ACXK, ALWK, ATWA, … “G”: ATLA, ATXC, ATXD, AUJU, … “R”: ABKB, ACMA, ACMB, ACMF, ACMH, ADSJ, ADSK, ALWM, ANAM, ATBS, ATBM, … “U”: ABKH, ACMC, ANML, ASLA, ATBU, … EPROM type: 27C128 1227749 16198263 More info Schematic Description: 1227730 w/ one missing quad driver, w/ additional injector driver FET Application: 1987-90 2.0 OHC L4 PFI turbo “M” LT3 1987-88 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “D” LD2 1991-93 truck 4.3 V6 PFI turbo “Z” LB4 MEMCAL IDs: “M”: AFDZ, ALBK, AMUW, AUWS, … “D”: AMDB, AMDD, AMDF, ARPZ, … “Z”: AWXJ, AXXA, AYBM, AYBN, BBZA, BBZB, DOAC EPROM type: 27C128 or 27C256 1227752 Schematic Description: 1227165 in short case Application: 1987 1.5 L4 PFI turbo “9” (Isuzu) 1988-89 1.5 L4 PFI turbo “9” (Isuzu) 1989 1.6 DOHC L4 PFI “5” (Isuzu) MEMCAL IDs: “9”: ARB… “5”: … EPROM type: 27C128 1227808 Schematic Description: 1227165 w/o 8192 baud ALDL Application: Australian MEMCAL IDs: ASBX, … EPROM type: 27C128 1228253 16198264 More info Schematic Description: Six cylinder sequential injection Application: 1988-91 3.8 V6 SFI “C” LN3 MEMCAL IDs: AJRZ, AJSA, ANBF, ATXY, … EPROM type: 27C256 1228321 Schematic Description: Two edge card connectors, uses EPROM instead of MEMCAL Application: 1988 2.0 L4 TBI “1” LL8 (late) 1989 2.0 L4 TBI “1” LL8 MEMPAK IDs: ABKL, AKZA, ARRM, ARRN, ARRP, … EPROM type: 27C128 1228331 Application: 1990-91 5.7 DOHC V8 SFI “J” LT5 1991 Vauxhall Lotus Carlton 3.6 Twin Turbo MEMCAL IDs: “J”: ANHX, AUAH, ARZR, AXFK, AYBK, BFXB Lotus: AXSH, … EPROM type: 27C256 1228706 16198266 Schematic Application: 1989-93 3.3 V6 PFI “N” LG7 MEMCAL IDs: ALCA, ANWM, ANWN, ANWR, ASJU, ASJX, AXUP, … EPROM type: 27C256 1228707 16198267 Application: 1989-91 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “D” LD2 (exc. “W” body) 1989-91 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “A” LG0 (exc. “W” body) MEMCAL IDs: “D”: ANMP, ANZF, ARHM, ASDD, ASDF, … “A”: … EPROM type: 27C256 1228708 Application: 1990-91 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “D” LD2 (“W” body) 1990 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “A” LG0 (“W” body) MEMCAL IDs: “D”: ANLP, … “A”: … EPROM type: 27C256 16132792 Application: 1990-92 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 (“W” body) MEMCAL IDs: AZKT, … EPROM type: 27C256 16134847 Application: 1992-93 2.2 L4 PFI “4” LN2 CAL IDs: BAYK, … ROM type: EEPROM 16141470 Application: 1991-93 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 (exc. “W” body) 1991-93 3.8 V6 SFI supercharged “1” L67 1992-93 truck 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 MEMCAL IDs: “L”: … “1”: … EPROM type: ???? 16146299 Description: ECM Application: Australian EPROM type: 16147060 Application: 1991-93 truck 5.7 V8 TBI “K” L05 MEMCAL IDs: “K”: BAJP, … … EPROM type: 27C256 16149396 Schematic Description: 1227727 w/ additional SRAM Application: 1993-94 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 (“W” body) 1991-93 3.4 DOHC V6 PFI “X” LQ1 MEMCAL IDs: “T”: BDJS, … “X”: AYSZ, BBUK, BCDT, BCFA, … EPROM type: 27C256 16153597 Description: Dual injector driver FETs, uses 1227752 case Application: 1990 1.6 SOHC L4 PFI “6” (Geo & Isuzu) 1991 1.6 SOHC L4 PFI “6” (Geo & Isuzu) 1992-93 1.6 SOHC L4 PFI “6” (Geo & Isuzu) 1990-92 1.6 DOHC L4 PFI “5” (Geo & Isuzu) 1992-93 1.8 DOHC L4 PFI “8” (Geo & Isuzu) 1991-92 1.6 DOHC L4 PFI turbo “4” (Isuzu) … CAL IDs: “6”: AUUC, … ROM type: EEPROM 16156647 Application: 1992-93 truck 2.5 L4 TBI “A” L38 1992 truck 4.3 V6 CPI “W” L35 1994 truck 4.3 V6 CPI “W” L35 w/ MT MEMCAL IDs: “A”: … “W”: BAWP, BCBH, … EPROM type: 27C256 16139060 16159278 Application: 1993 5.7 V8 TPI “P” LT1 (“F” body) 1992-93 5.7 V8 TPI “P” LT1 (“Y” body) MEMCAL IDs: BAFL, BDBK, BDZP, … EPROM type: 27C256 16159282 Application: 1992-93 2.0 OHC L4 PFI “H” LE4 1994 2.0 OHC L4 PFI “H” LE4 w/ MT MEMPAK IDs: … EPROM type: … 16163993 16196394 Application: 1992-95 5.7 DOHC V8 SFI “J” LT5 MEMCAL IDs: AYWT, … EPROM type: 27C256 16168625 Application: 1993-94 truck 5.7 V8 TBI “K” w/ 4L60E … MEMCAL IDs: BHMX, … EPROM type: 16176424 Description: Two plugs, case like 1227165, PCM Application: 1993+ Australian V6 w/AT (Holden Commodore VR) 1993+ Australian V8 w/AT (Holden Commodore VR & VS) MEMCAL IDs: BFFK, BFPL, BKCZ, BLCC, BMZA, BMZC, … EPROM type: 27C512 16183082 Description: 1227808 w/ 8192 baud ALDL Application: 1993+ Australian V6 w/MT (Holden Commodore VR) 1993+ Australian V8 w/MT (Holden Commodore VR & VS) MEMCAL IDs: BJKS, BLCD, BLCF, BLJX, BMZL, … EPROM type: 27C256 16183247 Application: 1994-95 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 1995 3.8 V6 SFI “K” L36 1994-95 3.8 V6 SFI supercharged “1” L67 1994-95 truck 3.8 V6 SFI “L” L27 MEMCAL IDs: “L”: BMYU, … “1”: … “K”: … EPROM type: 27C512 16186695 Application: 1993 truck 5.7 EPROM type: 16191947 Application: 1994-95 2.2 L4 PFI “4” LN2 1994 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “A” LG0 1994 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “3” L40 1995 2.3 DOHC L4 PFI “D” LD2 MEMCAL IDs: “4”: BJCA, … “A”: … “3”: … “D”: … EPROM type: 27C512 16195699 Description: 16176424 w/ RFI screened plugs Application: 1993+ Australian V6 w/AT (Holden Commodore VR) 1993+ Australian V8 w/AT (Holden Commodore VR & VS) MEMCAL IDs: BKDA, BWCS, BWFU, … EPROM type: 27C512 16196393 Application: 1994 2.0 OHC L4 PFI “H” LE4 w/ AT MEMPAK IDs: BJCF EPROM type: … 16196395 Application: 1994 truck 4.3 V8 CPI “?” L35 1994 truck 5.7 V8 TBI “?” L05 1994 truck 7.4 V8 TBI “?” L19 MEMCAL IDs: BHDF, BHRJ, BJDR, … EPROM type: 27C512 16196401 16173300 Application: 1994-95 3.4 DOHC V6 PFI “X” LQ1 MEMCAL IDs: BCFD, BFRS, BHZW, BHLJ, BKLK, BKLL, BPCJ, BPCK, BSBH EPROM type: 27C256 16196404 Application: 1990-92 3.1 V6 PFI “T” LH0 MEMCAL IDs: BMCD EPROM type: ???? 16197427 Application: 1995 truck 5.7 V8 TBI “K” L05 MEMCAL IDs: BJYA, BJYM, … EPROM type: 27C512 16199728 16210672 Description: Three plugs, no resistor packs, PCM Application: 1995+ Australian V6 w/AT (Holden Commodore VS) MEMPAK IDs: BRHP, BSTK, BWPJ, … EPROM type: 27C010 16199982 Application: 1994 truck 2.2 L4 PFI “4” LN2 … EPROM type: 16206305 Description: Like 16183082 Application: Australian EPROM type: 16208252 Description: Like 16176424 Application: 1993+ Australian LP-Gas V6 (Holden Commodore VR) MEMCAL IDs: BLYN, … EPROM type: 27C512 16208257 Description: 16199728 w/ RFI screened plugs Application: 1995+ Australian V6 w/AT (Holden Commodore VS) MEMPAK IDs: BSTH, … EPROM type: 27C010 16234531 Description: PCM Application: Australian EPROM type:
  2. 2 points
    jiggity76

    Vintage W-body photo thread - most pics fixed and lots of new pics

    Oh my goodness! Yes, please post more!
  3. 2 points
    ManicMechanic

    Vintage W-body photo thread - most pics fixed and lots of new pics

    Yep, the maroon wagon is a Eurosport.
  4. 2 points
    ManicMechanic

    Vintage W-body photo thread - most pics fixed and lots of new pics

    I still have them Chris, thank God. Tinypic merged with Photobucket and deleted all my pics. I hate photobucket so I might try ImgBB or uoload them to the forum. I have a ton more to post too.
  5. 2 points
    94 olds vert

    New & Old

    Just plain white vinegar. Then just sprinkle in salt till you see bubbles. You might not want to do it in a container you care about. The rust could turn it yellow.
  6. 1 point
    MemphisMan

    Wheel Visualizer

    I'm guessing I'm behind the times, but I'm just now finding the cool wheel visualizers available online these days. Not sure how long this has been around, but when I bought my wheels for my vert back in 2010, no site had the ability to visualize wheels on your car with a pic you uploaded. I'm exploring what wheels might look nice on the coupe, and I uploaded one of the vert to play too. Gold rims kinda look nice on the vert. https://www.customwheelsnc.com/wheel-visualizer https://www.autoaddictions.com/wheel-visualizer/ The one thing that's readily apparent is that I'm really struggling with not wanting to lower my coupe like I did the vert...it just sits really high. The angle of the car for the pic has to be from the front quarter, car level, with the steering wheel turned one complete turn...then the wheels can be sized to your pic. You'll notice the coupe pic is flipped because it has to be taken from the passengers side. It's really slick. Once you get the sizing right, it's just a matter of clicking on wheels you're interested in and they appear on your pic. Here's some I was looking at.
  7. 1 point
    Human

    My Impala Got Hit!

    Sunday around noon, I was coming home from church when a drunk driver rear-ended a Jeep behind me, propelling it into the back of my Impala. It tore off the rear bumper and mashed in the trunk lid and trunk tub. After I pulled over, I found my license plate under the front wheel of the pickup truck that had caused the accident. Thankfully, no one was hurt, not even the drunk. Amazingly, my car was the only one involved that left the scene under its own power. There was no damage to the suspension and it drove and handled just as it had before the accident, albeit with a few more rattles. Nonetheless, it's teetering on the bubble of being totaled. My insurance company is calling in a third-party appraiser to make the final call. With that in mind, I started looking at used cars on Edmunds.com last night, just to see what was available in my area and at what price points. I started out looking at Malibus and Impalas and was disappointed to find that everything with an affordable price had a ton of miles on it and lower mileage cars were priced considerably higher than I was comfortable paying. I was about to close up my laptop and call it a night when I decided to look at Buicks, in particular the Buick LaCrosse. Imagine my surprise when the first listing was for a 2013 model that Edmunds identified as a "Great Deal" at $2,300 below market. It was the only "Great Deal" I looked at all night. The car looked pristine as the CarFAX report and while eating breakfast this morning, I gave the dealer (an independent in a small town about an hour north of me) a call and decided it warranted a visit, even though I didn't have the final word from my insurance company. Seeing, as they say, was believing and although I didn't intend to do it, I ended up buying the car. It was a bird in the hand that I didn't want to let go of. If the Impala is totaled, which my gut tells me it is, I'm a step of the game, having already replaced it. If not, the insurance company can pay to get it fixed and I'll sell it. Either way, it's a win for me, moving up two model years and back 30,000 miles from the Impala. The ironic thing is my mother has a 2013 LaCrosse also. Hers only has 6,800 miles on it.
  8. 1 point
    89-W-Body-Regal

    Vintage W-body photo thread - most pics fixed and lots of new pics

    I do too Jay. It's just been a long time because I am saving all the ones on here and enlarging them to make them viewable. Going to save some more and enlarge the ones i already post now.
  9. 1 point
    pontiac6ksteawd

    91 Cutlass Cracked Windshield HELP!!!

    He does do a good job, and he seems to have an affinity for GM vehicles, and a hatred for Fords LOL. His recent Mustang project looks to be interested thou
  10. 1 point
    pontiac6ksteawd

    91 Cutlass Cracked Windshield HELP!!!

    At some point, either the windshield was replaced with the wrong sealing product, or you just live in an area known for rust. The sealer will not stick to the rust, and you only option is to pull the windshield, and sand it down, and hope there is enough metal to bond correctly.... OR, to weld in a new piece of windshield channel. As far as the seals go, your going to have to call around to all the windshield companies in your area, and see if you can locate someone local that has the windshield, and seals, in stock, or can get them. Thats really the only options. You must fix the rust, as the windshield sits in a location, that inbetween the baking sun, rain/snow and other environmental effects, it will only get worse, and at a very speedy rate. Although only the first 7 minutes are directly related to your question, later in the video, he goes into detail about the other things that you may not have even thought about for damage (carpets, EVAP, etc).
  11. 1 point
    digitaloutsider

    1999 9C3 lumina

    Your biggest advantages of a tune is going to be improving the transmission tables for better shifts. Outside of that, not gonna see much from a tune on an stock L36.
  12. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

    That's them.
  13. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

    This is it. I have also come across a 1993 S sedan with HUD, 3.1 and hubcaps, it was factory too.
  14. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Mystery Wire

    Oh, ok. Didn't you say that you seen a HUD car with the base digital cluster or something? I thought maybe this was it...or is it?
  15. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

    I don't think it's original, The car was somewhere in Europe.
  16. 1 point
    Ric

    Hard to find parts

    2 (not so simple) questions: 1. Is there anyplace to buy preformed replacement carpet for a '93 Cutlass convertible, in graphite? 2. Is any company making replacement weather strip for these convertibles yet?
  17. 1 point
    Ric

    Hard to find parts

    Hmmm... interesting. I hope you get a reply, this could be very helpful. Thanks.
  18. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Mystery Wire

    That's pretty crazy awesome cool right there! If that's a factory set up, that HAS TO BE A UNICORN!!! Base digital cluster with column shift but HUD, WOW!!!
  19. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

  20. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

    As good as guess as any!
  21. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Mystery Wire

    Thank you! That would make sense then. I was like, hmm, never seen a 90 Cutlass sedan with HUD, that's interesting!
  22. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

    Neither the Cutlass, nor the GP sedans could have HUD in 1990.
  23. 1 point
    ManicMechanic

    Mystery Wire

    Because none were made according to the records.
  24. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Mystery Wire

    I would strongly say no on the possibility of the fog light/audio bass control and HUD connector options. I have all these items and if you look at the female connector on the back of them, they take a large number of pin/block shaped male connectors. The HUD male connector/wiring will also be high up in the middle of the dash more in center with the digital dash because of the HUD location as well. K&R, if you look at the block shaped blue pin connector wrapped in white tape in your pic at the bottom, that would be the connector I bet for the fog light/audio base control switch. It has 8 pins and a single blade locater that matches up. I will look on the parts car tomorrow and see if I can help you figure out what that more slender connector is for.
  25. 1 point
    mmyers70

    Mystery Wire

    Thinking that might be the connecting wire for the heads up display
  26. 1 point
    94 olds vert

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    The ban stick used to come out a lot more than it does now-a-days I would guess. I guess that is why we stopped. Post it anywhere you want. I'd just do whatever you think is best.
  27. 1 point
    94 olds vert

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    As soon I as I read memphisman, I was like he would give that car a great home. You beat to that point. Nice. Too bad he didn't get a response back.
  28. 1 point
    jiggity76

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    Why did you guys stop, LOL! Do you think I should post this in the For Sale section or a place where it might get some attention?
  29. 1 point
    jiggity76

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    It really has a gorgeous interior and is in the NC area so should be really solid underneath. MemphisMan was thinking about getting it, contacted the seller but never really got a good response back from the him. Really too bad. MemphisMan would have given it an exceptionally good home.
  30. 1 point
    94 olds vert

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    Back in the day here, we used to beat people up for not knowing simple W-body facts. lol
  31. 1 point
    jiggity76

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    Believe me, I know your right but I keep getting backlash about it so I just gave up. I'll let those guys figure it out on their own, not worth getting into an argument with them. Thanks man and nice you saved at least one of them!
  32. 1 point
    Schurkey

    FE-3 vs FE- 1 Rear Sway Bar

    DO NOT HEAT the bar. You will ruin the temper. Bend it cold, or leave it alone.
  33. 1 point
    pitzel

    FE-3 vs FE- 1 Rear Sway Bar

    The lateral arms would prevent that from happening, would they not? They aren't stretching.
  34. 1 point
    55trucker

    New & Old

    Not really sure I'd want to invest in a salt belt car unless it has been treated to a pampered life. an untreated car = rust? = stay away from it where do we begin? Gen 1 car Rocker boxes, bottom of the doors, rear quarters (especially drivers side in & around the fuel filler), rear suspension up behind the fuel tank, rear brake lines, fuel evap piping at rear of vehicle, engine cradle suspension bushings, rear trailing arm chassis boxes, rear bumper rebar, heater core return piping (passenger side in behind wheel), radiator support (bottom of rad), bottom of the front fenders behind wheels, front strut spring seats rot, exhaust rot....... anything else?
  35. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Illuminated driver's side door lock.

    So, I'm an idiot! I did it again! Due to my scatter brain, I just went and looked, yeah, the parts car still has it. I thought I pulled it already and was worried I had already pulled it but lost it in my parts room. It's not the easiest to get to the driver's door since my Super Duty is next to it so I just couldn't go out and check. I had to move the truck and open the door from the outside. But I was thinking about it...if the wire was still mounted on the door, and the wire is connected to the illuminated ring, it still has to be on the car and that's why I checked. Sorry guys to put you thru this, my own enemy in this case...AGAIN! At least I have an NOS one coming and this one as well. Not sure if it works anymore and I don't see a bulb anywhere so the ring itself must be it's own bulb? I don't know.
  36. 1 point
    digitaloutsider

    Illuminated driver's side door lock.

    Your ability to find parts that haven't been made since the Clinton administration never fails to amaze me.
  37. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Illuminated driver's side door lock.

    I've been talking with MemphisMan, there is a ring that basically clips around the key cylinder and two wires that are soldered on. I'm guessing the wires plug into the harness that runs thru the door and yes, I agree about the bulb. I'm going to open up the parts car and the 91 car and see if I can figure this out. That's what I'm worried about. I lost the illuminated ring. I've tore apart my parts room and I don't know where it's at. Unless I left it in the white car or parts car. I'll look again tomorrow. One good thing, MemphisMan said his 95 vert has this option so I might have better chances of finding one in a yard either thru a newer coupe or vert. Thanks digital!
  38. 1 point
    Quaraxkad

    L67 swap engine crooked!

    Mission complete!! I went to the junkyard today and found three cars with that mount. 1997 and 1999 Lumina, and a 1994 Grand Prix, All of them still had engines, I was hoping to find one that someone already pulled the engine from. Turned out to not be all that difficult to remove anyway, I just jacked up the engine with the scissor jack I found in the trunk (because they wouldn't let me bring in my own scissor jack!) and unbolted it. Comparison of the original mount on bottom and the new one: Notice the two holes for the subframe bolts are differently spaced. Fortunately my subframe had an additional hole there, so it fit with no trouble at all. Dogbones unhooked, engine mounted and off the hoist, everything just "at rest". Perfectly lined up!! Thank you, mfewtrail! Now on to the next mystery, exhaust. New thread coming soon...
  39. 1 point
    pitzel

    UB3 cluster reprogram

    Okay, further research indicates that the cluster uses a NDM457C chip (Nippon Denso) which is an EEPROM. There is a software/hardware combo, for about $80 (from China), that can program the chip "in circuit with appropriate probing of the chip. The NDM457C is exposed through the plastic case, so disassembly of the cluster isn't even required. The software allows for the clean entry of mileage, so "by hand" decoding of the EEPROM is unnecessary. Software/hardware at: http://www.microcontroller-cafe.com.ua/products/automotive/NDM457C Such system also reprograms the digital clusters in: 1) HONDA Prelude, 1994-1996 (OKI 16911G) 2) LEXUS LS, 1996-1999 (TC97101P) 3) LEXUS ES, CS, LS 1992-1995 (NDM457C) 4) GM Cutlas Suprime International, BUICK Regal 1991-1995, PONTIAK Grand AM (NDM457C) 5) GM Safari, Savana, Gxpress Astro, Caprice (Delco 51006A) 6) BUICK Reviera 1996-1999 (TC97101P) 7) SAAB 900, 1994-1996 (59C11) The problem is....its $80! Anyone else have the need to do any of this kind of work (odometer modification) on their UB3 or other NDM457C cluster?
  40. 1 point
    el_corsez

    New guy from Belgium

    Hi, my name is Tim and for about a year or so I've been a proud owner of a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme that's been passed onto me. I live in Belgium and the car is in Poland for the moment but that's another matter. I had always wanted an American car, maybe the Olds isn't what the average teenager dreams of but these cars are very rare in Europe so I'm happy with it. The Oldsmobile make is almost unknown in these parts, so it adds to the curiosity factor. There are however problems with rarity - the first one being spare parts. The second issue is finding people with enough knowledge to be able to diagnose a problem or recommend any change - that is how I found this forum, I've already found a few useful posts. I hope that one day I'll be able to contribute to this forum to respond in kind.
  41. 1 point
    jiggity76

    Booster Upgrade for 88-93 cars

    It's great that you have the ingenuity to fix a problem that the engineers didn't. With the rare cars, you have to come up with fixes on your own sometimes. Your car is one of the ones that definitely deserve the attention! I'm worried that I may have to go this same route on my W's. I want to keep them OEM as much as I can due to their rarity but I obviously don't want to jeopardize my safety or others...and destroy my cars in the process. I'm glad the relay cover worked out! Looks nice and at least I can say I helped a little bit on your car. I'm still going to grab that exhaust shield when I see one.
  42. 1 point
    Imp558

    Wheel Visualizer

    That technology really seems to be coming along! Those pictures look great
  43. 1 point
    GTP091

    Help with '92 3.4 DOHC alternator removal

    This is right on the money. I was actually able to get my alternator out without lowering the subframe. Takes some extra twisting and turning of the alt to get free. Make sure he joins the forum though. He'll quickly change his mind on the LQ1 if he's on here and has support instead of just getting shit head comments from lazy mechanics.
  44. 1 point
    Galaxie500XL

    Fuel Mileage Drop since Installing 225s on Cutlass Supreme

    Um...if your speedometer now reads less than your actual speed...so does your odometer...you may be driving farther than indicated by the odometer, which would be reflected in lower calculated fuel mileage. How far off would the indicated speed/distance be with tires that have a larger circumference? Find that, and you’ll probably discover the source of your lower fuel mileage
  45. 1 point
    digitaloutsider

    4T65E Differential Install Instructions

    This guide was written by Dave from Triple Edge Performance, all credit goes to him. He originally posted this back in 2008 on GrandPrixForums, and all of the images were lost for a long time. I found the images again and posted them in the original thread, but I thought it would be good to mirror here as well so it's not lost in the future. If you need a performance 4T65E that can take relentless abuse, give the guys over at TEP a call. As my own personal side note, I wouldn't start this without getting a tub of ATP Transmission Assembly Lube (or equivalent). Makes putting everything back together so much easier (especially when you need to have bearings lined up a certain way). Everything that follows is from his original post. A few threads have had questions pertaining to the proper order of install for the associated parts with the differential. These steps apply to 98+ 4T60E/4T65E transmissions though 97 and earlier models are the same with the exception of the snap ring on the output shaft where it goes into the diff is a different style. These are assembly pics starting with the parts removed showing the order things go together and in which direction though I did add a pic of where to use a chisel in the center of the diff for removal. Enjoy! Pic#1 - Here is a pic for disassembly reference for 98+ models. You will need to use a wedge shaped chisel and a hammer to crack it lose. This is required to unseat the snapring on the end to allow the diff to pull/slide off of the output shaft. Pic#2 - This is a pic of the internal ring gear for the final drive/differential and the teeth MUST be in excellent condition!!! NO chips or nicks allowed here as damage to a new diff will occur! Pic#3 - IMPORTANT STEP!!! DO NOT SKIP!!! You MUST put some type of assembly lube on the bearing to hold it to the park gear. If the bearing falls out of place OR you didn't take this gear out and don't know the bearing fell and try to bolt the diff housing back down it can BREAK because it is sticking out too far and the weak aluminum ears for the bolt holes on the housing will snap off! Make sure you put the bearing on the gear in the correct direction, larger-outer side surface goes towards park gear, smaller-inner race goes against internal ring gear-trans side! Pic#4 - Proper direction for park gear to be installed into trans Pic#5 - View of installed park gear Pic#6 - Proper install direction for final drive sun gear. Recessed end goes TOWARDS transmission against park gear! Pic#7 - View of installed sun gear Pic#8 - Correct DRIVERS side output shaft install Pic#9 - Correct PASSENGER side output shaft install Pic#10 - Diff installed into transmission. Sometimes this can take a little wiggling and spinning to get it seating all the way as the gears all need to line up properly for it to fall into place. Notice the order on the housing end of the diff.... Shim first, then bearing with the ID of the bearing towards the differential Pic#11 - Use a hammer to give the output shaft a good sharp tap to seat it into the diff (98+ models only!) If you are doing this IN the car then you will need to hold the drivers side CV tightly into the trans and tap the diff into the shaft while keeping the gears lined up. This is sorta hard to explain without pics or without you laying under the car to understand what I am referring to and I dont have pics of that in this thread. Pic#12 - View of properly seated output shaft in the differential. Notice the snap ring is visible sticking roughly half way out of the gear. At this point you are ready to put the diff cover/ housing back on the tail end of the transmission and if doing this in the car you are ready to reassemble all other parts on the outside of the trans. I hope these pics and info help out! If anyone has any questions or want me to add more to this please let me know Dave
  46. 1 point
    rich17

    1990 Lumina Euro - What Size are my Sway Bar Bushings? - RPO: FE1, F41

    Is this real life?? It can have both. Find your build sheet and check the RPO code or measure them. And if you're asking for the size because you just had back surgery and cant get under the car to measure then how are you going to go about replacing them? Or are you taking it to a mechanic? If so then let him worry about it. Or buy them all and return what you dont use. Hopefully this is a good enough answer
  47. 1 point
    94 olds vert

    Digi UB3 adapter

    Yeah it's done. I got everything sorted out. Blinkers now blink, and the memory works I used the cig lighter orng. wire for hot all the time. I hooked up the tach. It doesn't show a redline because of my RobertIsaar tune. He bumped my redline to 7k rpm. I still need an oil pressure switch.
  48. 1 point
    RobertISaar

    Factory cheap alternator upgrade

    check out rockauto: 98 lumi LTZ w/3800: the police packaged cars got a 140 amp piece. no idea what it is though.
  49. 0 points
    Ric

    Hard to find parts

    StockInteriors.com told me "sorry, but no". Thanks anyway.
  50. 0 points
    94 olds vert

    DIC 1995 Grand Prix

    They get harder to find by the day. They get scrapped all the time.
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