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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-30-2005, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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1 -> 4 solenoid locator help

Does anyone know how to get a scematic or locator for the solenoid from hell? A mechanic said he's disconnect the infernal switch if he was sure of the location. I also saw in a thread here about a part that can cap the cable so it stays clean if it has to be reconnected for dealer maintenance. Thanks old buddies.
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spend $20 and by the CAGS eliminator. you can easily do this yourself if you can get safely under the car.

http://www.pfyc.com/store/merchant.m...ct_Code=VT6001

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Hell, I stock them.... 30.00 shipped!
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Is it the same for the 05?
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Is it the same for the 05?
I got one for "04-05" (and it works)... I believe they are no different.
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I got one for "04-05" (and it works)... I believe they are no different.
Yep same thing and I stock them!
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Or buy a pack of resistors at Radio Shack for $0.97, and stick one in the end of the cable. Same thing as the CAGS Eliminator for a lot less. That's what I did, (also wrapped a bit of electrical tape arounf the end to keep the resistor in and clean).

There are pics and instructions at LS1.com, or LS1V8.com or something similar.
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Or it can be deleted with LS2 edit
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I have test driven 2 05 goats, and the CAGS did not even rear it's head. My 98 T/A behaved entirely different. It would catch me almost constantly. I think GM has altered it's functionality, so that the operation is less intrusive. When I get my 05, I don't think Ill even bother with disabling it, but we'll see. Driving a car daily is not at all like a test drive.
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