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LS Gen III Engine Wiring Systems 1997-2007

€29,95
  • Barcode: 9781613257012

Automotive enthusiasts who have followed hot-rodding
trends over the last decade know that GM’s LS-series engine
is the most popular swap on the market. Similar to the first generation small-block Chevy engines that were swapped into
Model A Fords back in the day, these swaps are arguably just
as popular. While kits and the aftermarket help with the logistics and the placement of hardware (such as motor mounts,
oil pans, and headers), the area that still remains a mystery to
most is how to wire and electronically control your swapped
LS project.

In LS Gen III Engine Wiring Systems, expert Mike Noonan
helps demystify the entire complicated process. Extensively
covered are terms and tools of the trade, advice on quality
connections, detailed coverage of all the engine control modules offered, drive-by-wire systems, harness connectors, and
cruise-control systems. Also covered in depth are air-conditioning systems, cooling-system fan operation, transmission
interfaces and connectivity, and control-module programming
(tuning) for standalone operation.

Featuring wiring diagrams and computer-aided design
(CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) artwork as
well as an appendix with real-world projects and examples,
this guide covers all the bases. Whether you are performing
a simple swap that utilizes only the basics, a more complex
project with all the bells and whistles, or simply want a working knowledge of how these systems work, this guide will be a
valuable resource for years to come.

• No book has ever been published that focuses entirely
on GM LS wiring systems
• Understanding the electronic controls is key to a successful powertrain swap
• Most enthusiasts find wiring and controls to be the most
difficult part of modification. This book addresses all of
those concerns

 

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