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Old 02-17-2011, 03:03 PM
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TBI software and reprogramming devices

I need tips from you computer guys on how to reprogram eprom on TBI ECM injections, nothing fancy, just what i need to get in and try to see what's going on underneath, software, harnesses and so on.
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third gen is probably the best site for prom tuning information on the obd1 tbi system. I wouldn't ask any questions about that here because everyone will just send you to their site. You will be old and grey before you can get done reading all the info on this site. This is a better link for what you want http://www.thirdgen.org/techboard/di...uide-book.html
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thank you guys, i was looking at thirdgen just before to post this here, there are ton of info about TBI stuff, problem is that i'm pretty ignorant on these electrical devices and i can't see what i really need.
I've a buddy who's pretty skilled with computer but has no knowledge with this kind of fuel injection.
If somebody know exactly what i have to get please let me know.
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Connectors, programmers, emulators (lets you run the car off your laptop and make real-time changes to the fuel and spark maps), and everything else you might need:

http://www.moates.net/
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Here's the Deal! Know one is going to show you! I ask the same question! You have to learn it or find a turner or have a chip burnt! All the guys will tell you the same thing! Once you learn a little then they will answer question!
I was in the same boat. So In my case I when out and pick up the shop manuals for my 89 truck obd1 If it is a truck your working on you will need the electrical manual off of EBay. Picked up a 300.00 Actron scanner.
With that I was able to see what the truck was doing and fix anything that was wrong. With Obd1 If you want to tune you will have to learn how to do it! burn chip Or buy an after market computer and there is only one guy making them! Still will need to learn to tune! www.dynamicefi.com www.fullsizechevy.com
If your 96 and newer then you can just buy a programmer and you done!

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