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Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Actually, the last post is dead wrong. The 6.2 was a great engine, it would run and run and run. The 6.5 is a garbage motor, soooo many problems. The 6.2 was gutless, but it got incredible mileage.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
PCM is the new name for the ECU so yes it is the ECU, PCM stands for "powertrain control module"
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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Oct 23, 2016 | Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
The brake pedal position (BPP) sensor
The body control module (BCM)
The cruise on/off switch
The + RES switch (equivalent to resume/accel switch)
The - SET switch (equivalent to set/coast switch)
The engine control module (ECM)
The clutch pedal position (CPP) sensor, if equipped with a manual transmission
The throttle actuator control (TAC) motor
The vehicle speed sensor
The body control module (BCM) monitors the signal circuit of the cruise control switches, which are located on the steering wheel. The BCM relays the cruise control switch status to the engine control module (ECM) via the GMLAN serial data circuit. The ECM uses the status of the cruise control switch to determine when to capture and maintain the vehicle speed. The ECM monitors the vehicle speed signal circuit in order to determine the desired vehicle speed. The ECM uses the TAC motor in order to maintain the vehicle speed. For further information on the TAC system, refer to Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) System Description for the 2.2L engine or to Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) System Description for the 2.4L engine.
Ignition voltage is supplied to the cruise control switch from the 2-ampere EPS fuse located in the integrated BCM fuse block. The cruise control function switches are arranged in a resistive ladder design, with each cruise control function switch having a different resistance value. The BCM detects a specific voltage value that is associated with the cruise control function switch being activated. When the normally open cruise control on/off switch is turned ON, the switch closes and the BCM sends a GMLAN serial data message to the ECM indicating that the on/off switch is active. Similarly, when the normally open + RES switch or the normally open - SET switch are pressed, the switch closes and the BCM detects the predetermined voltage signal on the cruise control switch signal circuit. The BCM sends a GMLAN serial data message to the ECM indicating that the + RES switch or the - SET switch is active. The + RES switch or the - SET switch will remain inactive when the BCM has not received the predetermined voltage signal from the on/off switch.
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