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Old 07-18-2005, 10:45 PM
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recalibrating DRAC module article

Have a 93 GM pickup that I've changed the gears in. I found this article on how to calibrate the DRAC yourself but I'm not too clear on what to do.
http://614streets.com/drac.html
It shows "pin" and "no pin" for the different locations. I see jumpers in the picture. Am I supposed to put a jumper accross in the "pin" locations and no jumper in the "no pin" locations?

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Old 07-20-2005, 09:51 PM
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Yes I was right. Where it says "pin" a jumper is soldered accross. Picked up a used module from the wrecker for $5.00, soldered the jumpers per the chart and now my speedo is BANG ON!
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