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Dynotune TPS-RPM window switch

This is a discussion on Dynotune TPS-RPM window switch within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Ok I am going to call Dynotune Monday but I was wondering if anyone out there has found or can ...

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    Dynotune TPS-RPM window switch

    Ok I am going to call Dynotune Monday but I was wondering if anyone out there has found or can tell me what # pin or what color wire our tach wire is on the PCM? I need to wire this WOP throttle switch into the Tach wire? I cannot find it on my wiring diagram. Also I need to wire into my TPS. I have one wire on the switch to wire into what looks like 3 wires on my sensor?? Which one do I hook that to? Dynotune has been nothing but help so far I just wish thier directions were a little more vehicle specific. When I call them on Monday they will walk me right through it Any help would be appreciated though
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    I have a 1999 SS and mine was #10 pin and it was a white wire.

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    #10 pin on pcm or over the passenger side fenderwell middle connector it's the G pin - another white wire

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    Is a 99 PCM the same as a 98? I think they are diff??? Not for sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettmech View Post
    Is a 99 PCM the same as a 98? I think they are diff??? Not for sure?
    I think they are the same. you can remove the plastic cover and the wires are numbered on the pcm just find the #10 wire and if its white that should be it. the only pin # they put the tach wire on was #10 or #35 both were white wires. on my car the #35 pin had no wire there.

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    98 uses #35
    99 uses # 10

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    What about 2002? I've got my entire system setup, with the exception of the tach wire which I just have tied up in the engine bay right now. Oh yeah, that and I need the fittings to connect the lines to my solenoids...

    Same #10 wire?

    It just felt wrong to CRIMP a scotchlok onto one of the coil wires...

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