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Old 08-06-2006, 02:28 AM   #1
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I need to know what pin number the rpms are read off of on a 98 camaro to hitch my tci tcu up to. also what wire to tap into on the tps sensor,and if anyone knows where to put the speed sensor into on the tci tcu.

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If memory serves me correctly, for the RPMs, I think it's wire #10 off the blue connector, should be white.

It's somewhere here on LS1Tech, I did a search for it years ago and found all the information, and confirmed it in my haynes manual.

Let me go pull a search to see if I can find it for sure for ya.

Edit: Yeah, it is the white wire, but since yer a 98 it's supposedly pin 35 on the other connector.

Remember the pcm outputs a 4 cyl 4 stroke signal even though we have V8s.

Perhaps this thread of mine will help you out: http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=328586
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