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Old 03-01-2008, 06:09 AM   #1
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Default ls1 Stand Alone Wiring Harness Diagram

I have searched this forum and found many informative wiring diagrams but not a complete ls1 Auto "Stand Alone" Wiring Harness Diagram.

I have a brand new standard ls1 throttle by Cable to 4L60E engine harness that I want to convert to a stand alone harness but would like to find a complete wiring diagram.

Does anybody have one or know where I would start looking for one.
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I don't know that there is a wiring diagram for what you want. The LS1 harness is almost stand alone as it is. Once you get rid of all the wires you don't need, there are only a few wires that you need to hook up. I don't know if you saw this in the stick, but it's probably the best info you will find.

http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=312119
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Thanks Fast277. I have searched most of this info, good reading.
I'm a bit apprehensive about ripping apart my brand new loom, but I will need to take the plunge soon. Hopefully I will find some more info to calm the nerves first.
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If the harness is a 99-02, pm me your email address. I have all the schematics you need to do the harness. It's actually real easy to do.
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Thanks LS1MCSS, the info was exactly what I was looking for.
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Hi guys, can I get a copy of this too?

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Ok So I have a 2000 s10 that i am dropping in a 2002 Tahoe 5.3 in. I was going to pay current performance to do the wiring or someone else but they are expensive as hell. I want all my factory stuff to work to. Should I tackle this myself or pay them? They want like $900. Anyone else know someone else cheaper that is reliable?
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If the harness is a 99-02, pm me your email address. I have all the schematics you need to do the harness. It's actually real easy to do.
I've got an 02, could you send me the schematics?
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If the harness is a 99-02, pm me your email address. I have all the schematics you need to do the harness. It's actually real easy to do.
Hi I would like to have this informantion too I'm installing a 6.0 LQ9 in an old chevy p.u. with a 350 trans...

your help is greately apprecciated...

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If the harness is a 99-02, pm me your email address. I have all the schematics you need to do the harness. It's actually real easy to do.
Hi I would like to have this informantion too I'm installing a 6.0 LQ9 in an old chevy p.u. with a 350 trans...

my email is miguel_abizaid@hotmail.com


your help is greately apprecciated...

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i could also use the info maybe we should just post it im sure lots of people would love it!!!!!!!!
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If the harness is a 99-02, pm me your email address. I have all the schematics you need to do the harness. It's actually real easy to do.
any chance of getting a copy of schematics ? jvolle@ps.gen.nz
Helping a guy put an LS1 in an airboat of all things, so no trans and engine is mounted vertically.
Would like to retain the OBD port for tuneing as well.
Any help apreciated.

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...engine is mounted vertically...
How does that work with an LS1? Are you using a dry sump oiling system?
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I would like to know if anybody could help me find the computer pin layout that would tell me what wire is going into the computer
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i have a 2002 ls1 motor from a z28 camaro
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http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/conver...-diagrams.html Theres some pinouts there for people who are looking.

If you have any you want to share post them up in that thread or send them to LS1GBody@gmail.com and I can post them
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Here is all of the engine wiring schematics for the 02 f-body.

http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/conver...chematics.html
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I have a 5.3 out of an 03 Yukon XL 1500. Vin Z . It's DBW and non egr. Im looking to keep the dbw and it's going in a 88 Fox body. Got the diagram I need?
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If the harness is a 99-02, pm me your email address. I have all the schematics you need to do the harness. It's actually real easy to do.
can you email me some for 2000 chevy truck with the 6.0 please to sschevy86@yahoo.com i'm doing a swap into my 86 ss monte carlo and need all the help you give me thanks jason
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Take a look at my build thread, i am not done but have posted alot of info about how to turn a factory engine harness into a standalone harness.

http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/conver...ld-thread.html

I also did a googledoc for the pinouts I used for a 5.3L 4L60e from a 2003 silverado truck.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...3c&hl=en#gid=0

I also had to convert a 4L80e harness to a 4L60e harness and have a doc for that also.

https://spreadsheets0.google.com/ccc...6Q&hl=en#gid=0

I also spent a lot of time on lt1swap.com, ton of information on that site.
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