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Man, I've been looking for just this info. Great. Got any troubleshooting procedures to tell me if I have a bad sensor?
Whats the source of this info? Did you get this out of the service manual? I've been needing to buy a service manual.
BTW, Caspers Electronics has the connector and pigtails to your length. Try them. They are actually suppose to quote me a LS2 TB connector with 8 ft of pigatails so I can wire this back in further up the harness. They will probably email me quote by Monday. I couldn't find it on their site but I emailed Justin at Caspers.
Hey blu, is your text to the right for the LS1 and the copied page for a LS2?
maybe someone can help me adapt a E40 PCM (LS2) to control a 2007 4.8L motor with the double 80 pin computer. After close examination all pin outs line up well except, I will need to run LS2 knock sensors. And I have some extra pins on the left over on the throttle body, which is what I need help with;
4.8L throttle body LS2 E40 throttle body 6 wire
Connector Part Information • 15326836
• 8-Way F GT 150 Series, Sealed (BK)
Pin Wire Color Circuit No. Function
A YE 581 TAC Motor Control - 1 B 581
B BK/WH 1704 Low Reference C 1704
C BN 582 TAC Motor Control - 2 A 582
D BK 452 Low Reference no match
E L-BU/BK 1688 5-Volt Reference E 1688
F PU 486 TP Sensor 2 Signal F 486
G D-GN 485 TP Sensor 1 Signal D 485
H GY 416 5-Volt Reference no match
I and up with two pins on the throttle body that I don't know what to do with? Pins D 452, and pins H 416, also can I completely eliminate the tack moduale?