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Automotive enthusiasts who have followed hot-rodding trends over the last decade know that GM’s LS-series engine is the most popular swap on the market. Similar to the first-generation small-block Chevy engines that were swapped into Model A Fords back in the day, these swaps are arguably just as popular. While kits and the aftermarket help with the logistics and the placement of hardware (such as motor mounts, oil pans, and headers), the area that still remains a mystery to most is how to wire and electronically control your swapped LS project.

In LS Gen III Engine Wiring Systems, expert Mike Noonan helps demystify the entire complicated process. Extensively covered are terms and tools of the trade, advice on quality connections, detailed coverage of all the engine control modules offered, drive-by-wire systems, harness connectors, and cruise-control systems. Also covered in depth are air-conditioning systems, cooling-system fan operation, transmission interfaces and connectivity, and control-module programming (tuning) for standalone operation.

Featuring wiring diagrams and computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) artwork as well as an appendix with real-world projects and examples, this guide covers all the bases. Whether you are performing a simple swap that utilizes only the basics, a more complex project with all the bells and whistles, or simply want a working knowledge of how these systems work, this guide will be a valuable resource for years to come.

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Automotive enthusiasts who have followed hot-rodding trends over the last decade know that GM’s LS-series engine is the most popular swap on the market. Similar to the first-generation small-block Chevy engines that were swapped into Model A Fords back in the day, these swaps are arguably just as popular. While kits and the aftermarket help with the logistics and the placement of hardware (such as motor mounts, oil pans, and headers), the area that still remains a mystery to most is how to wire and electronically control your swapped LS project.

In LS Gen III Engine Wiring Systems, expert Mike Noonan helps demystify the entire complicated process. Extensively covered are terms and tools of the trade, advice on quality connections, detailed coverage of all the engine control modules offered, drive-by-wire systems, harness connectors, and cruise-control systems. Also covered in depth are air-conditioning systems, cooling-system fan operation, transmission interfaces and connectivity, and control-module programming (tuning) for standalone operation.

Featuring wiring diagrams and computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) artwork as well as an appendix with real-world projects and examples, this guide covers all the bases. Whether you are performing a simple swap that utilizes only the basics, a more complex project with all the bells and whistles, or simply want a working knowledge of how these systems work, this guide will be a valuable resource for years to come.

Pages : 192
Size : 8.5 X 11 (inches)
Format : Paperback / softback
Illustrations : 267 color photos, 80 wiring diagrams
Publisher : CarTech
ISBN : 9781613257012
Product Code : SA516

Acknowledgments 

Introduction 

 

Chapter 1: Wire Harness Basics 
Connectors 

Plugs 

Terminals 

Bus Bar Terminals 

Secondary Locks 

Dress Covers 

Electrical Centers 

Fusible Link Wire 

Automotive TXL Wire 

Measuring Multistranded Wire 

Service Life of Automotive TXL Wire 

 

Chapter 2: Materials 

Automotive TXL Wire 

Fusible Link Wire 

Fuse Holders and Fuses 

Relay Bases and Relays 

Ring Terminals 

Butt and Barrel Splice Connectors 

Heat Shrink Tubing 

Plastic Split Loom 

Expandable Braided Sleeving 

Split Braided Sleeving 

Fiberglass Braided Sleeving 

Vinyl Tape 

High-Temperature and Medium-Abrasion Cloth Tape 

High-Temperature and High-Abrasion Cloth Tape 

Heat-Reflective Wire Harness Tape 

 

Chapter 3: Tools of the Trade 

Cutting Tools 

Stripping Tools 

Cut and Strip Machine 

Crimping Tools 

Disassembly Tools 

Soldering Equipment 

Ultrasonic Welding Machines 

Heat Gun 

Custom Tools 

 

Chapter 4: Quality Control 

Wire Specifications 

Wire Size 

Wire Insulation 

Wire Colors 

Wire Strain 

Overloaded Terminals 

Missing Fusible Links 

Spliced Wire 

Taped Splices versus Heat Shrink Tubing 

Crimping Tools 

Connector Assemblies 

Verification and Testing 

Engine Compartment–Rated Materials 

 

Chapter 5: The 1997–1998 LS1 PCM 

 

Chapter 6: The 1999–2002 P01 PCM 

 

Chapter 7: The 2003–2007 P59 PCM 

 

Chapter 8: Connector End Views 

 

Chapter 9: Control Module Programming (Tuning) 

ECU 

PCM 

ECM 

TCM 

FSCM 

TAC 

BCM 

Base Calibration 

Dealer-Level Programming Interfaces and Software 

Custom Calibration and Starter Calibration 

Performance-Level Programming Interfaces and Software 

Base Calibration Walk-Through 

Starter (or Custom) Calibration Walk-Through 

BenchForce Off-Board Programming 

 

Chapter 10: Projects

Project 1: P01 PCM Swap in a 1997 Camaro Z28 383-ci LT4 T56 

Project 2: P59 PCM Swap in a 1990 K1500 GM Ram Jet 350 4L60E 

Project 3: P01 PCM Swap in a 1985 Camaro Z28 6.0L LS T56 

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