Does it look like the bottom harness in this picture? (stock Bravada harness)mulrich wrote:the trip computer came with the wire pigtail...
Which diagram are you referring to?... now the wire colors and pin outs on the wire pigtail that came with the trip computer did not match the wiring digram for the trip display...
Jigg wrote:It works off of the same data that my trip OHC does, and that still works flawlessly even with the bad fuel sender i have. I use the trip OHC function that shows fuel used as my gas gauge now.
dc4bs wrote:It does NOT look at the sending unit data at all. That's why it works.
It monitors the fuel flow rates via the ECM (Engine Control Module - I think that's where it gets em anyway).
Tom Masterson wrote: It turns out doing the trip computer is a piece of cake! it only takes two more wires with only one needed to be fished to the dashboard. The second taps into the constantly hot wire of the console - the orange one(s).
The key, on this year anyway, is the computer gets its data from the serial data bus which connects various components to the main computer. The most convienent access to this system is at the Data Link Connector under the driver's side of the dash. This is the plug a tech would attach his code reader to. On my truck's connector, starting on the top left counting accross to the right, it is pin number 2 - with a purple wire going to it. I just unscrewed the connector and spliced in the purple wire.
raven2510 wrote:here are all the sites im using to do mine...
and a file for wiring colors...
Not in several years.SleeperSS wrote:Has anyone been able to contact Arisa??
HenryJ wrote:Not in several years.SleeperSS wrote:Has anyone been able to contact Arisa??
HenryJ wrote:Read this thread. All the utilities are plug-n-play just like mine. It is the trucks that need his special harness.
Your Blazer has all you need at the C209 connector. All you need is the factory harness up the A post and across the front of the headliner.
The connector is the bottom of these harness:SleeperSS wrote:Where exactly is the C209 connector??
HenryJ wrote:C209 (Dome harness to body harness) is the connection for the harness. It just below the base of the A post. By taking loose the fuse assembly and raising it there is room to reach up through from the opening behind the parking brake release in through the dash. A screwdriver inserted through the side of the dash may assist in guiding the connector for removal and installation.
chevynuts wrote:First I would like to commend you for getting the COMPLETE harness out ! It was freezing when I tried to get it out of a 98 Envoy. I have an 03 s10. I ended up cutting the wires. Now I need ONE wire left to hook up! The speedo cluster apparently has a VSS connection. I don,t know what this cluster looks like or what wire to connect to . Can you help?
What works?urimashe wrote:anyone now if this works with the 04 CC?
Jongo88 wrote:I have two uncut wire harnesses if anyone needs them.. This makes it plug and play...
gremlin1984 wrote:Hey guys just an FYI seems as thought the older units (98 back) will not work with a 99 and newer computer, even thought the same connections are made to the same locations..... ( the 1 and 0 do not compute) so if anyone ever runs into this issue again advise them to get a newer console. thanks again for all of the help!!!!
Any console will work for you since there is no plug-play harness for the trucks. You are going to have to run each wire and find the right places to connect them. Arisa is long gone. His directions are saved, but you are on your own for figuring out how to install one.desertpatriot wrote:hi all, i'm rather new at this and could use some advice. thanx!!!
-have: 00 S10 LS ext cab w/ NO power windows, locks, mirrors
-objective1: install OHC w/ 'us/met' and 'mode' buttons for outside temp, trip meter, mpg
objective2: install power windows, locks, mirrors
need: advice on wireharness replacement swap
-before scouting around the wrecking yards for parts what year blazer, jimmy, bravada is recomended for wireharness replacement?
-do i need a new BCM as well?
-will keyless entry work with any BCM?
-is there someone on the forum who can make me such a harness?
No. You will have to create your own and graft it into different connections on the pick-up harness.desertpatriot wrote:... will any wire harness from a 98+ blazer/jimmy/bravada suffice?
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