OK, if I go the route of putting in a non-computerized motor, how
can I get around that problem...keeping in mind I'll have to have a
garage do it for me, anyways...
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Lucke <wlucke@s...> wrote:
> I think in '89 the only interconnectivity to speak of was an input
> PCM that would tell it when the A/C compressor was engaging or
> engage. The PCM would then bump idle up a couple of hundred RPM so
> to bog, lug, or just plain stall the engine.
> > From: "Chuck" <cmk59@m...>
> >Subject: Caddy wiring..
> >Have located an F.I. system (Holley) to work on the Olds 307 in
> >my '89 Brougham, but I need to know a few things:
> >1. Is the climate control system tied into the engine/transmission
> >electrical systems? Holley seems to think so, but I don't.
> >2. If they're not interconnected, how (I'm leaving the 307 in it
> >massaging it to 350, w/port & polished heads/intake and dual cat-
> >back exhaust)do I remove the engine/transmission electrical w/o
> >damage to the rest of the car? (btw, I'm looking at a THM 350 to
> >replace the current tranny).
> >Thanks to all who can help me! I'm in hopes that this work will
> >all those who want to beef up their rides without having to resort
> >to an expensive or hard to find big block!