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The resistance is burned out and I need the values to replace it. Technnics Loudspeaker model SB-SC65

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I am not sure if you can even find this information GM does not want you to know to much about their computer systems. I have ever seen one. Usually you just replace the computer, that one shouldn't cost that much. I don't think you have to have it flash burnt. You should be able to pick one up at a parts store.

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use a new module ,not a second hand one

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Looking for delco 16147075 schematic


I am not sure if you can even find this information GM does not want you to know to much about their computer systems. I have ever seen one. Usually you just replace the computer, that one shouldn't cost that much. I don't think you have to have it flash burnt. You should be able to pick one up at a parts store.

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