Draenor replied to rich414's topic in Transmission, Suspension, Transfer Case, & AxlesCorrect. Either the pump seal or the converter blew. Hey Darral......Im baaack...lol
Draenor replied to Black.is's topic in Performance Engine TuningNo, From what I have seen it only shows the number of flashes...up to 10, IIRC.
Draenor replied to Black.is's topic in Performance Engine TuningPlease elaborate on the "COUNTER" you are referring to. I would like more info on this please.. I swap my tuned and untuned modules out every once in a while...but I am very curious about this "COUNTER." What does it actually "DO" and what does it interface with? The only chips I have found, are left over lays I dropped on the floor mats. Corporate Bulletin Number 08-06-04-033 is currently available in SI. Identifying Aftermarket Engine Calibrations 2.0L, 2.2L, 2.4L, 2.8L, 2.9L, 3.0L, 3.1L, 3.2L, 3.4L, 3.5L, 3.6L, 3.8L, 3.9L, 4.2L, 4.3L, 4.4L, 4.6L, 4.8L, 5.0L, 5.3L, 5.7L, 6.0L, 6.2L, 7.0L, 7.4L, 8.1L Gas Powered Engines Only Models: 2006–2009 GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks 2006–2009 HUMMER H2, H3 Excluding Pontiac Vibe, G8, Chevrolet Aveo, All Saturn and Saab Models Important: This bulletin applies to Gas Powered Engines ONLY. For Diesel Powered Engines, refer to Service Bulletin #08-06-04-006A. If a suspicious hard part failure is observed in the engine, transmission, transfer case or driveline, perform the calibration verification described to determine if a non-GM issued engine calibration is installed. Non-GM issued engine calibrations subject driveline components to stresses different than the calibrations which these components were validated to. Repairs to transmission, transfer case and/or other driveline components where a non-GM engine calibration has been verified are not covered under the terms of the New Vehicle Warranty. Instructions for Confirming Calibration Verification Number (CVN): 1. Go to TIS2WEB 2. Select "Calibration Information (SPS Info)" 3. Enter VIN 4. Select "Get Cal ID" 5. Select "ECM Engine Control Module" 6. Select "Next" 7. Select "Complete History" 8. Print 9. Take the printout to the vehicle along with the Tech 2® 10. Plug in the Tech 2® 11. Go to diagnostics and build the vehicle 12. Select "Powertrain" 13. Select "Engine" 14. *Select "Engine Control Module" or "PCM" 15. *Select "Module ID Information" or "I/M Information System" if module ID information selection is not available. 16. *If "I/M information System" was selected in step 15, it may be necessary to select "Vehicle Information" in order to display the calibration information. 17. Compare the calibration ID and Calibration Verification Numbers (CVN) to the Calibration Verification Numbers (CVN) on the printout. * Steps may vary by controller. Although the part numbers will be the same for each, it's the CVN that will determine if the calibration is GM issued. If ALL of the CVN's are EXACTLY the same, the calibration is GM issued. If the part numbers match and ANY CVN's DO NOT match the printout, it is likely that a non-GM certified calibration has been installed. If the CVN information is displayed as "N/A", it will be necessary to contact the TCSC to obtain the CVN information. If a non-GM calibration is found to be in the ECM (CVN's on the Tech 2 do not match TIS printout) - In order to document the case — a CLEAR digital picture should be taken of the Tech 2® screen showing the VIN and the CVN's that do not match the TIS2WEB printout. The picture, VIN and reason the vehicle is currently in for service should be emailed to [email protected] and STEVEN.R. [email protected] for verification. Please copy your GM District Service Manager (DVM) on the e-mail. GM will verify if the CVN's are not GM issued and respond via e-mail within 72 hours. Its simple, keep a spare set of modules. The calibration that was programmed stays the same if you take the modules out and swap them in for waranty work. The info on clanges when either the ECM is reprogrammed(Tune) or flashed. Diesels, from what I have heard are a little harder to fool, since the DPF need to regen after a certain amount of time. The cycles can be verified vs. time/ mileage.
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I'm with the others. Try the water pump. You can also try dying the coolant and running a black light over the engine to detect leakage. As Jim stated, if you are going thru the 1 to 2 gallon jugs in a month, you should be able to see something. Either the oil analysis or the compression test should indicate the head leak.
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