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Old 11-22-2014, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default Switching from FM Link to DIYPNP

Hey guys, sorry for the MS newb question but I searched and couldn't find anything. I bought my car with an FM Link already installed but I remember in the instructions that a few wires were switched around in the harness for the install.

I'm finally getting rid of the POS Link and I bought a DIYPNP kit with GM IAT sensor kit from DIYAutotune. I would imagine the harness needs to be in the factory pin configuration to run properly? I'm also running a AEM Uego WB hooked up to the link.

Is there anything I'm missing or any issues coming from the Link?


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Old 11-26-2014, 08:53 PM   #2
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From my experience with Link POS from PO, I took everything out, but there was no change in wiring, only disconnected connectors for fuel injection and coils.

This was on a NB that help you. I do have the original paper's instruction book for 99-02 for Link if you need some info.
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