|07-23-2018 05:36 PM|
|odil1372||Any further updates on this one? I have the same thing going on with mine. 1995 S10 Blazer donor I plan to swap into my 1995 YJ.|
|07-12-2016 04:08 AM|
|07-10-2016 06:26 PM|
I purchased a 95 for exactly the same coin, self weeded the harness, that worked for a few years, i just didnt care for the hack look.
I ordered a new harness from Howell recently, money well spent! All they need is a pic of the ecm youll be using, they know what to do from there. Make sure you specify which O2 sensor youll be using!!
|07-10-2016 05:12 PM|
|AZ Wheelin||I didn't get a key with the truck. They drilled it out and used a screwdriver to start it lol. It's a real peach but it runs well, all I cared about.|
|07-10-2016 02:27 AM|
|MrWillys||The 7427 is the PCM for drivetrain control and should be all you need. I'm not an S10 expert but can say my 04 Corvette has several computers and one that controls the security system and other functions. Do you have the key for this truck? Does it have a resistor pellet in it?|
|07-08-2016 07:32 PM|
Just to clarify, all I need is the computer labelled 16197427? And not the other mystery computer?
Considering they were both in the vehicle, I figured they were both needed.
What does the other computer thingy mabob do?
|07-08-2016 04:34 PM|
|07-08-2016 03:47 PM|
I can get you that info, but I'm leaving town for a few days, so maybe sun.
Do I still need the other box?
|07-08-2016 08:14 AM|
|MrWillys||The 7427 is the OBD1 PCM used up until 1995 when the change occurred. It has a removable memcal (AKA PROM) that can be reflashed if needed. I can do it and Jim's Performance can do it as well as many others. I would cut the chip out and solder in a newer flash chip. Remove the inspection cover and tell me what is the Alpha code on the silver sticker on the memcal?|
|07-08-2016 07:00 AM|
|07-07-2016 09:27 PM|
|AZ Wheelin||I can email you one.|
|07-07-2016 09:21 PM|
|07-07-2016 07:07 PM|
Data plate on the door says it was made 07 of 95
One box says service 16176557 the other says service 16197427
|07-07-2016 07:03 PM|
|AZ Wheelin||My distributor looks just like the distributor I have on an old donor tbi 4.3l I bought. Same two plugs on the back and all.|
|07-07-2016 06:59 PM|
Both the box's I pulled looked like the silver one posted, none look like the black one with ribs.
My distributor also looks like a standard distributor.
Can post pics if someone can host
|07-07-2016 08:27 AM|
|07-07-2016 08:10 AM|
|07-07-2016 08:08 AM|
I stole the ditrib, coil, ECU and drac out of a junk yard s-10 and should have stole the knock sensors as well. I then paired that with a Howell harness. Easy peasy. Just leave the crank sensor unplugged it is unneeded. The older stuff used the distrib for engine speed.
The drac is unneeded if you are using a non electric trans, I kept the 4l60e in my swap so I needed the drac to make the trans shift right.
|07-07-2016 08:00 AM|
It is easy to identify which you have, do the spark plug wires enter the cap vertically or horizontally?
Vertical and you have one of the above mentioned
Horizontal and you have the redheaded step child!
|07-07-2016 07:50 AM|
I show both 94 and 95 being the same and are 16196395 or 16197427 PCM and are the $ODA definition if it is CPI. If it is not CPI it is the $OD definition and uses a different broadcast code.
This may help you.
You would only need a reflash if it has VATS or you want to make changes. See www.tunercat.com and click on ECM definition to learn more about what you have.
|07-06-2016 09:13 PM|
|07-06-2016 09:12 PM|
|07-06-2016 09:05 PM|
The OBD1.5s have horizontal wires at the distributor, crank sensor and cam sensor along with a ten bolt plastic timing cover.
You will have a hard time getting anyone to deal with the OBD1.5 stuff. However changing out the distributor and coil to the 94 stuff and you can get it to run on the early style ECU which most anyone can do.
|07-06-2016 08:42 PM|
|Mike-M||If I recall, late '94 and all of '95 had a mix of OBD1 and OBD2 shit in there and no one will want to touch your wiring harness with a 10 foot poll. I hope Im wrong.|
|07-06-2016 06:07 PM|
The ones I pulled are both tin cases.
Do I need to get the ecu programmed?
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