I took the spark on it's first drive today. It was very short but I am finally able to log good data and not have the car stall. This should make things so much easier. If I did it all over I would look at the injector duty cycle of the stock injectors and keep them if possible. Otherwise get good injectors with good injector data. I had to guesstimate on a lot of the injector data as I bought cheap decapped injectors. After tinkering, I was able to get them close enough so I can now log good data and fine tune the fueling.
Most features need to be enabled in the bcm to work, so just having a switch doesnt really add the function to your car if the computer doesn't know it exists.
It is a trial and error thing, assuming all components are in place and the computer already has the function enabled then adding the switch would make it work. But if the function isnt enabled then you would have to find a dealer or shop that can enable it in your car, and most places are not very willing to do so due to the risk of turning your cars computer into a paperweight.
Thanks, it's been a slow learning process but I'm finally starting to see some results. The idle is pretty good now for park, neutral, and drive. It runs a little rich in park due to the unnecessarily large injectors I went with. I think I can lean it out more but it isn't too bad.
Hey, i have a 2010 Chevy Spark and i was wonderin if i could have the turn signal lever for a newer version with the AUTO headlights. Because from my understanding my car has already the light sensor in the dash, so a simple change of the lever would be enought ? I will leave the images of the levers i am talking about.
Hey guys, I have a 2012 Cruze lt 1.4 and I’ve run into an issue, P0171 I looked on Cruzetalk and it pointed me in the direction of the PCV failure I took it for diagnosis to confirm and sure right the PCV has failed aswell as the air intake so from what I’ve seen there’s a fix kit, can anyone point me in the direction of someone who can install the fix kit, I’m located in ontario Canada, any help would be greatly appreciated
I just noticed I’m leaking coolant again from the back of the engine. It’s coming from the intake manifold gasket area. This is the second one I’ll be replacing in two years on this truck. I know this has been a problem with these engines in the past. Is there a “fix” for this problem? I’ve been trying to find info on line about the solution and all I’m finding is people complaining about the coolant leak and how to fix it. GM must have come up with a fix for this problem.