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Old 01-13-2009, 11:20 PM   #81 (permalink)
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I just got my high idle installed, very easy to do. I finally was able to order pins at the dealer. I also put a home made winter front on, I'm curious to see how much quicker it heats up.

I have 6 spare pins so if anyone needs them just pm me, first people I hear from will get them.
6 including the one I sent ya' ?

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Old 01-13-2009, 11:49 PM   #82 (permalink)
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I haven't seen it Chase, when did you send it?

Really heats up a lot quicker, and stays hot in local driving, before adding the front the temp would drop on local roads. Quite a difference!

I cut 6 small holes in the front, just seemed to make sense to allow a little bit of air flow, probably didn't need to.

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Old 01-14-2009, 09:53 AM   #83 (permalink)
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I haven't seen it Chase, when did you send it?

Really heats up a lot quicker, and stays hot in local driving, before adding the front the temp would drop on local roads. Quite a difference!

I cut 6 small holes in the front, just seemed to make sense to allow a little bit of air flow, probably didn't need to.
HMMMM.... sent out all of 'em a while back and I took them by hand to the post office since one was going to Finland... I wonder has anyone got 'em???

Just running mine (OBDI) at 1075 rpm is enough to warm up quickly and make the kids cover thier ears when loading up for school!

I park beside the house w/ the exhaust facing the carport...the noise really resonates loudly which is unfortunate - first kid in kills the idle.

1300 and 1600 rpm must be real screamers!

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Old 01-15-2009, 09:55 AM   #84 (permalink)
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The connector arrived yesterday, thanks! Since I was able to finally get some I'll make sure to pass it along to someone who needs it.

I'm just using the 1070, what a difference! I tried the 1360 and 1600 just to see that they worked, not sure I'll have a use for them but I'll mount the switch anyway. Yes, they are loud with the truck just sitting in the driveway, but the 1070 isn't too bad.
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OBD2 you can supply 1 or 2 switched grounds to terminals B8 (1070rpm) and/or B8(1360rpm) or you can ground both and get (1600rpms)
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Old 01-24-2009, 04:01 PM   #86 (permalink)
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If you read the whole thread, you'd have seen where I had caught that mistake, and made the fix.
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If you read the whole thread, you'd have seen where I had caught that mistake, and made the fix.

Sorry My bad! I am doing mine tonight. I was able to get my pins at GM. I bought a couple extra for buddies. They Charged me 10.15 cnd with taxes for 6 connectors. I think a rip-off but what are you going to do.
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Sorry My bad! I am doing mine tonight. I was able to get my pins at GM. I bought a couple extra for buddies. They Charged me 10.15 cnd with taxes for 6 connectors. I think a rip-off but what are you going to do.

I hear ya. I payed $1.50 a pin myself. Oh well, at least we got em!
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guys go to the wreckers.... they are quite easy to remove from the housing, ODBI and II have the same pins. I paid 2 bux for like 15 pins.
and then went back for more.
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