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Author Noonan, Mike.

Title How to Use and Upgrade to GM Gen III LS-Series Powertrain Control Systems.

Publication Info. New York : CarTech Incorporated, 2013.


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Description 1 online resource (146 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Acknowledgments; About the Author; Introduction; Chapter 1: Understanding the Small-Block Generations; Generation I, with Multi-Port Fuel Injection; Generation II, 1992-1997 LT1 and 1996-1997 LT4; Generation III, 1997-2007 LS Series; Generation IV, LS Series; Chapter 2: Comparing Gen III Controllers; Tuned Port Injection ECMs; Generation III Powertrain Control Modules; Throttle Actuator Control Modules; Chapter 3: Crankshaft and CamshaftSignals and Ignition Systems; High-Resolution Crankshaft Signal; Low-Resolution Crankshaft Signal; Chapter 4: Tuning Software and Equipment.
GM TuningCustom Tuning and Data Acquisition; Handheld Tuners; Tuning Equipment; Chapter 5: Sensors and Inputs; Throttle Position Sensor; Idle Air Control Valve; Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor; Air Temperature Sensor; Mass Airflow Sensor; Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor; Knock Sensor; Oxygen Sensor; Oil Pressure Sensor; Vehicle Speed Sensor; Camshaft Position Sensor; Crankshaft Position Sensor; Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor; Park/Neutral Indicator; Gear Select Switch; Brake Switch; Clutch Pedal Position Switch; Fuel Enable Control; Chapter 6: PCM Signal Outputs; Engine Control Output.
Fuel Pump Relay ControlMalfunction Indicator Lamp Control; Tachometer Output; Vehicle Speed Output; Electric Fan Control; Air Conditioning Control; Generator Control; Emissions Control; Skip Shift Solenoid Control; Reverse-Inhibit Solenoid Control; Transmission Control; Serial Data Output; Chapter 7: Changing the Firing Order; Injectors and Ignition Coils; Modifying Calibration; Chapter 8: Electronic Throttle Equipment; 1997-2004 Corvette; 2004-2005 Cadillac CTS-V; GM Truck; EFI Connection 24x Throttle Body Assemblies; Chapter 9: Electric Fan Operation; Air Conditioning Considerations.
PCM CalibrationCamaro, Firebird and Corvette; Trucks; PCM Operation; Chapter 10: Transmission; Automatic Transmissions; Manual Transmissions; Chapter 11: Air Conditioning; Base Calibration; Operation Overview; PCM Conversion Recommendations; Chapter 12: Cruise Control; Cable Throttle Systems; Electronic Throttle Systems; Chapter 13: Wire Harness Selection; Used Wire Harnesses; New Wire Harnesses; Chapter 14: On-Board Diagnostics and Troubleshooting; Assembly Line Diagnostic Link; OBD-I System; OBD-1.5 System; OBD-II System; Troubleshooting Diagnostic Trouble Codes.
Chapter 15: Gen III LS PCM ConversionsProject 1: 24x Small-Block Chevy in a 1933 Willys; Project 2: Twin-Turbo Small-Block Chevyin a 1998 GMC Truck; Project 3: Turbo 4.3L V-6 3x Conversion; Project 4: 24x LT1 Conversion to EliminateOptispark in an F-Body; Project 5: Big-Block Ram Jet 502 24x Conversion; Glossary; Source Guide.
Summary The benefits, advantages and nuances of the GM Gen III LS-Series powertrain control system are thoroughly examined.
Subject Automotive computers.
Automotive sensors.
General Motors automobiles -- Power trains.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Engineering (General)
Other Form: Print version: Noonan, Mike. How to Use and Upgrade to GM Gen III LS-Series Powertrain Control Systems. New York : CarTech Inc., ©2013 9781613250556
ISBN 9781613251225 (electronic bk.)
161325122X (electronic bk.)
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