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Question 95 EECs

Just out of curiosity, if I needed to get a new computer did they upgrade the problems associated with the 94-95 computer.

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Just for my curiousity, what were the problems with the 94-95 EEC's?

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I belive that the 96-7 EEC's had a differnt tranny calibration than the earlier ones. Thats the only thing that I know of.

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Would I be able to use a 96-97 EEC being that I have a later type trans?

Posing this thought: I wouldn't think you could use a 96-97 due to the intake and the mass air calibration being different.

Is my thinking flawed?

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If they have a different MAF then that could be a problem.

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Have they fixed the inherent problems with the 94-95 EEC's?

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Please define " inherent problems with the 94-95 EEC's"
Looks like nobody knows what you are talking about.

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96/97 won't work in a 94/95 unless you rewire it. They have external ignition modules where as the later is in the EEC.

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The only issue that was common on the 94-95 is the injector drivers that seem to go around 70K. My replacement hasn't had any issues so I assume they upgraded something

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Thanks guy's

timb, where did you get the replacement EEC?

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At the time, before I was confident working on a modular instead of a pushrod motor, I took it to the dealership and they diagnosed and replaced it. If you need a remanufactured one I would probably give give Dan a call and see what he gets for them. Are you concerned about damaging yours with the wrong TCC solonoid in the trans?

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Yah, that and a little preventative maintenance before the injector problem looms it's ugly head.

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Cool you are one of the lucky ones if you still have your origional. I've had the replacement on for 160,000 so I think they worked out whatever the glitch was

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If they have a different MAF then that could be a problem.
Anybody happen to know if the '96/97 has a different MAF than the '94/95? I'm in the process of planning to re-wire my '95 to put in a '96 PCM (I have the '96 engine harness, PCM Harness, transmisson harness and under-hood harness and PCM). If anyone knows what is different between the two (The TCC, and MAF are the ones I'm not sure about, I know I need a different IAT and ECT sensor for the gauge), I would appreciate the info... (PM Me so as not to hijack the thread any more)

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