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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-28-2007, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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Hi-Idle

Is there a way to get my truck to hi-idle any time I want it to? I can set the hi-idle feature to "on" but it doesn't come on unless it is very cold.
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Excellent question. I'd like that, too, but without destroying my wiring harness or voiding my warranty.
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I working on some help for you guys. give me some time.
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I got time :
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allows you to change rpm, ambient temp that triggers it, engine temp that disables it...etc

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There's a way to do it similar to the LB7/LLY, but you have to run 12v+ to the ECM on two pins. I'm not sure if switches are involved, and I don't want to be wrong..

I'm waiting on a guy who's done it to outline it for me.
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Please go to our web site "www.gmupfitter.com" to review the Technical Bulletins. You can find them by selecting the following:
Publications
Technical Bulletins

Select bulletin # 71.

Go to Page 4 or 7 which shows the schematic for the PTO system.

You will need to complete the wiring for the LT Green 488 circuit to the PCM C1 Pin 60 and the yellow 2522 circuit to C! Pin 8. You will need to install a latching switch to bridge from the PTO switch connector pin A [Brown 41 circuit] to both pins B and E. This will give you the PTO Enable signal and the Feedback signal to the PCM.

When the truck is parked and idling and you throw your switch it should move up from base idle to about 800 RPM. This is the PTO Standby Speed. You can have your dealer re-program that setting to a higher RPM or you can attempt to get to the SET speed which corresponds to the +12 v signal that would be output to pin G [DK Blue 84 wire] of the PTO switch connector. Since you don't have cruise I am not sure that wire makes it to the PCM pin either. You will have to ring it out and complete it to PCM pin C1 34. When you are in PTO mode [800 RPM] and you send the SET pulse you should go to 1250 RPM. Just remember these signals have to make it to the PCM pins.

Here is the pin information for your LBZ engine controller.




Document ID# 1784530
2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic - 4WD
6.6L Diesel LBZ LLY [early production w/o particulate filter]
Engine Control Module Connector End Views

Connector 1:
Engine Control Module (ECM) - C1
Connector 2:
Engine Control Module (ECM) - C2

Engine Control Module (ECM) - C1


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Connector Part Information

OEM: 15438366
Service: 89046933
Description: 96-Way F Sealed (BK)
Terminal Part Information

Terminal/Tray: 1928498135/19
Core/Insulation Crimp: Pins 1-3, 8, 9, 25-27, 31, 49-51, 60, 73-75, 77, 84 - See Terminal Repair Kit
Core/Insulation Crimp: Pins 6, 7, 10-13, 15, 18- 21, 23, 24, 30, 32, 34, 37-42, 44, 47, 48, 53, 55-58, 61-63, 65-68, 71, 72, 76, 78, 79, 82, 85, 86, 88, 92, 96 - P/P
Release Tool/Test Probe: J-38125-213/J-35616-64B (L-BU)

Engine Control Module (ECM) - C1


Pin
Wire Color
Circuit No.
Function
1
OG
5421
Injector Positive Voltage Control Group 1

2
D-BU/WH
878
Fuel Injector 8 Control

3
RD/BK
877
Fuel Injector 7 Control

4-5
--
--
Not Used

6
OG/BK
469
Low Reference

7
PU
806
Crank Voltage

8
YE
2522
PTO Engage Signal

9
BN
1174
Oil Level Switch Signal

10
GY/BK
87
Cruise Control Resume/Accel Switch Signal

11
GY/BK
6272
Low Reference

12
GY
2704
5-Volt Reference

13
TN
5928
5-Volt Reference

14
--
--
Not Used

15
GY
2705
5-Volt Reference

16-17
--
--
Not Used

18
YE
492
MAF Sensor Signal

19
L-GN
432
Turbocharger Boost Sensor Signal

20
YE
5947
Turbocharger Vane Position Sensor Signal

21
L-BU
1162
APP Sensor 2 Signal

22
--
--
Not Used

23
BK
2755
Low Reference

24
PU/WH
2530
Fuel Pressure Regulator Solenoid Supply Voltage

25
PK
5425
Injector Positive Voltage Control Group 4

26
YE/BK
846
Fuel Injector 6 Control

27
PK/BK
1746
Fuel Injector 3 Control

28-29
--
--
Not Used

30
OG/BK
2919
Low Reference

31
L-BU
494
Engine Shutoff Signal (PTO w/A/T)

32
GY
48
CPP Switch Signal

33
--
--
Not Used

34
D-BU
84
Cruise Control Set/Coast Switch Signal

35-36
--
--
Not Used

37
GY
2703
5-Volt Reference

38
TN
1274
5-Volt Reference

39
TN
2917
5-Volt Reference

40
PU/WH
6270
5-Volt Reference

41
RD
6259
5-Volt Reference

42
TN
472
IAT Sensor Signal

43
--
--
Not Used

44
TN/WH
332
Oil Pressure Sensor Signal

45-46
--
--
Not Used

47
GY
720
Low Reference

48
D-BU
5930
Turbocharger Vane Position Control Solenoid Valve High Control

49
PU
5423
Injector Positive Voltage Control Group 3

50
BK/WH
845
Fuel Injector 5 Control

51
L-BU/BK
844
Fuel Injector 4 Control

52
--
--
Not Used

53
YE/BK
6120
Low Reference

54
--
--
Not Used

55
GY/BK
2931
Low Reference

56
D-BU/WH
6265
CMP Sensor Signal

57
GY/BK
1694
4WD Low Signal

58
L-GN
1478
Coolant Level Switch Signal

59
--
--
Not Used

60
L-GN
488
PTO On Switch Signal

61
GY
397
Cruise Control ON Switch Signal

62
BK
552
Low Reference

63
OG/BK
5929
Low Reference

64
--
--
Not Used

65
L-BU
6118
IAT Sensor 2 Signal

66
--
--
Not Used

67
BN/WH
5763
EGR Valve Position Signal

68
YE
410
ECT Sensor Signal

69-70
--
--
Not Used

71
YE/BK
625
Starter Enable Relay Control

72
YE
2834
Fuel Pressure Regulator Solenoid Control

73
YE
5422
Injector Positive Voltage Control Group 2

74
BK
1744
Fuel Injector 1 Control

75
L-GN/BK
1745
Fuel Injector 2 Control

76
PK
1039
Ignition 1 Voltage

77
OG
440
Battery Positive Voltage

78
PU
1272
Low Reference

79
WH/BK
6271
CKP Sensor Signal

80-81
--
--
Not Used

82
BK/WH
1695
Axle Switch Signal

83
--
--
Not Used

84
GY
1524
Backup Lamp Supply Voltage

85
YE/BK
508
Water In Fuel Indicator Control

86
BK
2754
Low Reference

87
--
--
Not Used

88
BN
6266
Low Reference

89-91
--
--
Not Used

92
YE
2918
FRP Sensor Signal

93-95
--
--
Not Used

96
WH
5931
Turbocharger Vane Position Control Solenoid Valve Low Control


Engine Control Module (ECM) - C2

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post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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Looks like it is alot like the 6.0's. I will get some pics next week when I try this, hopefully at the same time I wire up my aux. fuel tank.
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I talked to the EFI crew, who is going to look at adding this to dsp5 options on the LLY. I will ask about LBZ

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I thought they were not going to do the DSP5 for the LBZ?
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