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Don't forget to apply some silicone grease (dielectric grease) to all these types of connections. I have dis-connected, greased and re-connected the majority of under hood connectors/connections on my truck since I purchased it.

This prevents the build up moisture, arcing of the connections at the pins and ease of removal and re-installation. I usually have a tube in the garage and have been doing this for last 25+ years.....

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Does It comes apart more than just the top plastic cover wich has the camlock lever?

with that removed you can see the top of the wires where they go in

It would be nice if the plug would separate with out de-pinning the whole plug

This is one of the better DSP5 install files.

http://download.efilive.com/Tutorial...%20LBZ-LMM.pdf


https://parleysperformance-assets.s3...ch_Install.pdf
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Does It comes apart more than just the top plastic cover wich has the camlock lever?

with that removed you can see the top of the wires where they go in

It would be nice if the plug would separate with out de-pinning the whole plug
I'm trying to remember what the lbz/lmm connectors look like, and someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but they can be pulled a little further apart farther than just the plastic cover. I believe there is a green or blue fork pin you can pull and break the connector down further. I'd have to see one to remember.
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Don't forget to apply some silicone grease (dielectric grease) to all these types of connections. I have dis-connected, greased and re-connected the majority of under hood connectors/connections on my truck since I purchased it.

This prevents the build up moisture, arcing of the connections at the pins and ease of removal and re-installation. I usually have a tube in the garage and have been doing this for last 25+ years.....

EDIT;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MbwQPEDTF8
Yes planned on that when I know I'm good to good but thanks for the reminder always easy to forget somthing that can cause a problem down the road
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I'm trying to remember what the lbz/lmm connectors look like, and someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but they can be pulled a little further apart farther than just the plastic cover. I believe there is a green or blue fork pin you can pull and break the connector down further. I'd have to see one to remember.


The u tube videos c20elephant sent have the lbz plug in the video if I could figure out how to attach images I would send some
I had looked pretty thouroly and did not see any more clips or pins
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Press the "go Advanced" button and then press the paper clip. This will pop up a window where you can choose and upload photos.
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Found the connector at efi connection
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Quick question for some one

Has anyone ever changed the engine that has the ecm connectors on the harness on a lbz iif so how bad is it?
May be easier for me to swap it out if I get a harness for cheap rather then to repin
The plug wich I am talking my self out of tooo many colors
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Engine harness not engine****
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i had the same issue, guy i bought the truck from had a switch , never said so and ripped it out so there would be no evidence to the dealer when he traded in. I had one hell of of a time getting it out
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There's one on ebay if you go that route, looks a little rough though.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/06-07-2006-200...811?nav=SEARCH
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Yes I seen the eBay ones there's a guy near me that always has LBZ to part out on craigslist and I can get one for 100 bucks probably less but don't know what way I would rather go $40give or take to repin or 100 give or take to change harness downfall with changing the harness I done know if I will have to gut half the stuff under the hood to remove it

Either way it's a summer job got about a month still to decide
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It just say **** it and run a single tune?
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^^^ this

I like my "one tune does all"

If you are smart about the tuning and sane about the driving, there doesn't need to be any selectable tunes
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