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GM has several security programs for anti theft. A common theme with GM EFI systems using factory immobilizer systems consists of two modules 'married' to each other via a fuel password. The two modules are the engine ecm and body control module that runs everything else except the EFI system, air bags and antilock brakes. The EFI system uses a dedicated ecm ...


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Well, the car started today after much efforts. The ECM was the culprit. The car started immediately an uncoded ECM was installed to the car. The new problem now is how to programme this new ECM to work with the immobilizer to ensure the car safety. Any suggestions?


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If this is the same engine, then it is most likely just swapping of engine mounts, manifolds etc


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Checklist of things to consider doing: Check oil and coolant levels. Charge the battery if needed, before starting. Ideally get the engine up to full temperature for an hour to remove moisture from the oil before storing it again long-term. I would only bother diluting the old fuel, if it does not start. Also the fuel will probably last longer if you ...


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I would put a rubber pipe onto one of these, then support the large end of this connector in place against the hole. You may even be able to file the hole to the correct shape so that this connector just screws in slightly- Then put plenty of this stuff around it to seal it in place - This sealant should stick well to both surfaces and won’t drip off ...


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I think what Solar Mike is stating in his answer is spot on ... however, the devil is in the details. You need to create a new drain tube. Part of it will have the nipple which would attach to the tube. The other part would need to be a flat washer of some type, something you'd attach the nipple to. This washer portion would be about the same size the inner ...


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Make a plastic plate with spigot to glue into place. Once repaired avoid repeating the action that broke the original.


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It depends on where the damage to the tire is at whether you'd need to replace the tire. If it is on the side wall, tire places will not fix it. I'd assume (from your description) the damage is most likely in the tread area. You won't know until you get it looked at, though. Tread can most likely be fixed with a patch from the back side, unless the damage is ...


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After trying everything, I tried rotating the crankshaft using a breaker bar and it wouldn't budge. I ended up selling the car. The person who bought the car later told me that a Rod had come loose from the crankshaft and thus the engine is toast!


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