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ECM OBDII Question

Post  Bluemach1 on Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:25 pm

I am a little perplexed about something. After reading through several sites and Gregs manual I still dont know where the OBDII connector gets integrated into the electrical system. This must be very obvious becasue I have not seen this asked anywhere else.

Please enlighten me. Embarassed


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Re: ECM OBDII Question

Post  gt1scca on Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:04 pm

*It's in there, page 103, under the "cheesy" fan schematic... Razz

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All OBD2 ports for LS1, Vortec Truck are the same.

Pin 2 - Serial Data - FROM the PCM.
Pin 4 & 5 - GROUND - Usually only pin 5 is needed, however some scan tools/code readers will need GROUND on pin 4 as well.
Pin 16 - 12v+ BATTERY - Power from 12v+ Battery source.

, 96-97 will have additional wiring to OBD2 port.

Pin 6 - Diagnostic Request/Field Output Enable
Pin 9 - UART Serial Data
NOTE: 1995 LT1 used an OBD2 port, but were not OBD2 vehicles. These did not have a Serial Data on Pin 2. These used pin 9.
EDIT: None of the ALDL / DLC wiring is connected to the 944 wiring...
all connections either come from the PCM or ground.


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Re: ECM OBDII Question

Post  gt1scca on Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:27 pm

Oh, forgot about the check engine light, but...
it (an aftermarket light assembly) can be added anywhere and connected to -

PCM pin 9 PLUG D / BLUE on LT1
PLUG C2 / RED [pin 46] on LSX.


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