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What is the purpose of the Extension Flash connector terminal?

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You would use the Extension Flash connector terminal along with the optional flash bracket "FL-BK01" and bracket cable "FL-CB01" so that you can use the Olympus FL-40 dedicated flash. With the use of bracket cable "FL-CB04", you can use another brand extension flash.

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Connect white (test lead) and black (ground lead) wires that are branched from harness approximately eight inches from ECM. After leads are grounded, the "Check Engine" light will flash the diagnostic trouble codes. The DTC's are indicated by the flashing CEL.
FLASH, FLASH, pause, FLASH, FLASH, FLASH = Code 23.
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Connect male and female test leads taped into wire harness near ECM. After leads are connected, the "Check Engine" lamp will flash the trouble codes. The DTC's are indicated by the flashing CEL.
FLASH, FLASH, pause, FLASH, FLASH, FLASH = Code 23.
If only one diagnostic trouble code is stored, the DTC will repeat continuously until test leads are disconnected. If more than one diagnostic trouble code is stored, each DTC will repeat three times, starting with the lowest, then proceed to the next DTC. After all DTC's have been displayed, the pattern will repeat.
86-87 Impulse located near the ECM connector, is used to actuate the Engine Control Module (ECM) trouble code memory within the module. Two terminals (A and C) of this connector are used to activate the diagnostic trouble code system in the ECM. With the ignition switch turned On, engine Off, connect a jumper wire between terminals A and C. The "Check Engine" lamp will begin by flashing a DTC 12. DTC 12 = flash, pause, flash, flash. There will be a longer pause and a code 12 will repeat two more times. This code indicates the self-diagnostic system is operating. The cycle will then repeat until the engine is started or the ignition is switched Off. In most cases, DTC's will be checked with the engine running since no DTC's other than DTC 12 or 51 will be present without the engine running. Remove jumper wire from ALDL connector before starting engine. Reconnect jumper wire after engine is running.

Throttle Body Fuel Injection

The ECM test connection is located under the center console.
A built-in, self diagnostic system will identify problems in the throttle body fuel injection system. When a problem is detected, the diagnostic system will illuminate the "Check Engine" light.
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The protocol is class 2 . Maybe your code reader is no good .
012 GM Class II Communications

Data Link Connector (DLC)
The data link connector (DLC) contains the following serial data links:
• Class II
• Entertainment and Comfort (E&C)
The DLC also provides a power source for the scan tool as follows:
• Unswitched voltage (B+) at DLC terminal 16 (circuit 1450)
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• Powertrain control module (PCM)
• Inflatable Restraint Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM).
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• Circuit 1037
• Circuit 1128
• Circuit 1049
• Circuit 1122
• Circuit 1132
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ALDL connector located under the dash on the driver side. you can insert jumper wire from terminal B diagnostic test terminal to terminal A ground of ALDL connector.the service engine light will flash trouble codes if you dont have obd 1 scanner.you will need engine code manual to look up your codes.

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you can get codes with out scan tool, this is done by counting the engine light flashes, for example a long flash is the first didgt and then faster blinks would be the next number, for example long flash long flash long flash= 3 then fast flash ,fast flash, fast flash, fast flash =4 which would be code 34, to get the codes look in the engine compartment in front of the battery is the connector, you will need a small wire to jump two terminals, jump terminals with wire then turn key on and count flashes, i will give you a diagram to locate connector and it will show you which terminals to jump look at connetor closely to make sure you are jumping the correct terminals, you can turn the key off and on to restart the codes again,this may take you a few trys to get the hang of it but you can restart the codes by just turning the key off and back on, when your done just remove the jumper wire,also a diagram is enclosed to show you how the flashes go, hope this helps ,good luck.

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Reading & Clearing Codes READING CODES (EXCEPT CADILLAC) Fig. 4: Example of a code 12 displayed on the check engine lamp 79222g25.gif
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  1. Depress the 'FAN UP' button on the ECCP until the message 'DATA EC?' appears on the display for Riviera, or 'ECM DATA?' is displayed on Toronado and Trofeo.
  2. Depress the 'FAN DOWN' button on the ECCP until the message 'CLR E CODE' appears on the display for Riviera, or 'ECM CLEAR CODES?' is displayed on Toronado and Trofeo.
  3. Depressing the 'FAN UP' button on the ECCP will result in the message 'E CODE CLR' or 'E NOT CLR' on Riviera, 'EOM CODES CLEAR' or 'ECM CODES NOT CLEAR' on Toronado and Trofeo. This message will appear for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds the display will automatically return to the next available test type for the selected system. It is a good idea to either cycle the ignition once or test drive the vehicle to ensure the code(s) do not reset. Toronado and Trofeo (CRT/DID Equipped) — Using The On-Board Diagnostic Display System: First turn the ignition switch to theON position. Depress the 'OFF' hard key and 'WARM' soft key on the CRT/DID at the same time and hold until all display segments light. This is the 'Segment Check.' During diagnostic operation, all information will be displayed on the Driver Information Center (DIC) located in the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC). Because of the limited space available single letter identifiers are often used for each of the major computer systems. These are: E for ECM, B for 6CM, I for IPC and R for SIR. After diagnostics is entered, any OTC's stored in computer memory will be displayed. Codes may be stored for the PCM, BCM, PC or SIR systems. Following the display of OTC's, the first available system for testing will be displayed. This will be displayed as 'ECM?'.
  4. Depress the 'YES' soft key until the display reads 'ECM DATA?'.
  5. Depress the 'NO' soft key until the display reads 'ECM CLEAR CODES?'.
  6. Depressing the 'YES' soft key will result in either the message 'ECM CODES CLEAR' or 'ECM CODES NOT CLEAR' being displayed, indicating whether or not the codes were successfully cleared. This message will appear for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds the display will automatically return to the next available test type for the selected system. It is a good idea to either cycle the ignition once or test drive the vehicle to ensure the code(s) do not reset.

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Unplugging the sensor connector below the MAF sensor, for testing purposes

  1. Using a multimeter, check for voltage by backprobing the MAF sensor connector.
  2. With the key ON, and the engine OFF, verify that there is at least 10.5 volts between the VPWR and GND terminals of the MAF sensor connector. If voltage is not within specification, check power and ground circuits and repair as necessary.
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A manual for the tsi series can be found at retrevo.com. Register and download it for free.

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Polk-Audio-TSI500-Speakers-manual

My $.02 - don't bother bi-amping them.

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Extension Flash connector terminal


You would use the Extension Flash connector terminal along with the optional flash bracket "FL-BK01" and bracket cable "FL-CB01" so that you can use the Olympus FL-40 dedicated flash. With the use of bracket cable "FL-CB04", you can use another brand extension flash.

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