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  1. Old-Abe3
    04-30-2019 01:37 PM
    LS1nova71 I lost a post that you where talking about cruise control column switches, then lost it after I logged in.
    I have a "Match" set of modules from APP, TAC and PCM from a 03 Tahoe donor. I see the Dakota Digital HND-3 and occasionally Rostra. As a GM / Isuzu Tech, I know that Rostra was the supplier for GM vehicles, but after asking customer support at Dakota Digital to get answer on a wiring diagram, I got the run a round. Every question I point blank asked if this is how it's wired, they said "Yes". No clue on what is actually is, but many post indicate the use of relays with the loss of "Resume" is the trade off.
    I have GM eSI on CD but is limited to 2004, but still have the OEM wiring and color. It's just unclear what everyone is selling. Do you have some info I can use for a 1967 with single screw column mount to work with the TAC? Thanks. Retired ASE Master Tech
  2. 01-19-2016 06:50 PM
    I may have found one of the 4 wire versions of the switch. If that does not pan out then I will contact you for one of your converted switches. I also have a rostra switch laying around that I am going to disassemble to see if the switch inside is the same. I will let you know if it is, that way you could swap the 4 wire which into new stalks.
  3. 01-19-2016 07:49 AM
    do you still have the 4 wire dbw cruise stalks for sale?
  4. aggie91
    03-11-2015 01:06 PM
    Eric

    II was looking thru your Rusty '71 build for info on what you did for the A/C set up. Specifically, what condensor and evaperator cores and Accumulator did you use with the LS Denso compressor. I saw that you bought mock up parts from the junk yard, but when you replaced them with new parts, what are they from?

    Thanks, Karl
  5. Buckndol
    08-11-2013 12:13 PM
    I have a problem I need help with. My car is a 1936 Olds Coupe. I installed a 6.2 with Magnuson TVS 1900 and 4L80E. The ECM is under the driver seat.

    When I least expect it, or when I am on a narrow highway. the car will stumble a few times, then backfire a few times then go dead. Will not restart. If I open the hoods and let it set 10 to 15 minutes it will start as if nothing is wrong. Five miles later, on a narrower part of the road, it will repeat. I U
    used a noid light and know there is no power to the injectors when this happens. I did not check the plug for fire, but the backfiring would indicate the fire to the coils is also interrupted. I replaced the ECM and it does the same thing. Engine temperature is normal and fuel pressure is constant. Something seems to be intermittently cutting power to the coils and injectors. Any ideas on this ????

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  6. Buckndol
    04-22-2013 12:06 PM
    Hello Eric: I am running the front vents and will run them to the top radiator hose. What do I use to plug the back holes? I see the one on the drivers side. The other is covered but I assume there is one on the passenger side.
  7. Buckndol
    04-11-2011 04:03 PM
    Eric: Nice to hear from you. I am not building anything now, just driving them.
  8. 03-28-2010 12:59 AM
    My email is [email protected] if you have some pics you can send - and any info on the a/c mounts would be helpful. Thanks. -Bob
  9. bp m1009
    03-23-2010 01:59 PM
    hey i saw the pic of your 71 nova, i have a 72 and im planning on puttuing a carbd ls1 in it and i was wondering if you knew what oil pan i need to use?

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