The diagram that Chad posted is more of a logical diagram than a physical one. There is no direct connection between the alternator and the key switch. The battery light on logic originates in the ECM, and then travels over the low speed GMLAN network to your gauge cluster.
Like what others...
I care as much about the proper spelling of axle as you probably care in knowing that I have the song Axel F stuck in my head now. Thanks.
You probably have it stuck in your head too now. You're welcome.
Which pipe section are you referring to? Intake, turbo-to-intercooler, intercooler-to -throttle body, or all the above?
It looks like the stock sizes are 3" for intake, 2.5" for turbo, and 3" for throttle body.
I was pretty confident that the problem wasn't something directly related to what you did. No wires hooked up wrong, no missing wires, good grounds, etc. Let me stroke your ego here a bit and say this. You're not afraid to ask questions, you have a good understanding of things even though...
I dont think it matters what side the axles go in. Now if you're talking about the rubber donut thingy, then yeah it goes to passenger side. The donut comes just slips off/on.
The ECM X1 connector is the bigger one.
1. Pin 1 Gray ECM X1 Pin 43
2. Pin 2 Light Blue ECM X1 Pin 86
3. Pin 3 Tan ECM X1 Pin 40
4. Pin 4 Purple ECM X1 Pin 66
I looked back and found that you bought a new harness? I hope your new harness has the wires to hook up your sensor.
I've installed exactly two CV axles in my life so take this for what it's worth. I think that if they're hanging up on the retainer clip, then no amount of beating will make them slide in. I had issues too, but I found that rotating the clip and making sure it's centered in the radial...
18 may have been a bit high, but it's definitely more than 12. My MAP pressures get up to ~30 PSI which if you subtract 14.7 PSI that puts it around 15 PSI. Basically twice the amount of air is getting crammed down.
Even at Denver's altitude which looks to be about 18% less than sea level, I...
When you replace your fuse box, I'd physically lay hands on the ground wire that runs from X1/B12 and see where the other end goes. Maybe you snipped it off?
It could also still be a connection issue on the female side of the plug that snaps into the bottom of the fuse box. I had two issues...
Going back to what Dale had you do.
You basically bypassed the internal wiring of the fuse box from the blue circled pin --> fuse box X1/B12 --> ground.
As long as pins 1, 2, 4 on the ECM are grounded and the blue circled pin in your fusebox is grounded, it should crank. I thought you...