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so i know everyone hates it when people keep asking the same questions all the time but i cant seem to find the write up on how to put the high idle on the cruise control (like if you had a PTO) i looked and found it for LBZ LMM LB7 but no LLY if some one could get a link for me it would be great

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The write-up is on dieselplace.com.
 

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o maybe thats why i cant find it lol got a link by chance
 

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ok found it and its on the to do list this week if i can get the pins
 

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does anyone know were to get the pin for the plug the stealership looked at me like i had 3 heads and the parts stores are worthless and i hate to pay $8 shipping for a 33 cent part
 

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bump.....does anyone have a part number other than the delphi number i found on dieselplace possible one from napa or dorman
 

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i believe those are dealer only parts...merchant automotive or really anyone that sells EFI Live with the DSP switches should be able to get you the pin.
 

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GM part #12084913 (5 per package) or GM part #12084912 (10 per package)

You should only need one pin. I am good friends with a few guys at the parts counter at my local dealer so I was able to score a couple of them for free. I got a few of them incase I messed one up in the crimping process.

A little helpful tip (at least I thought it was helpful anyway)

When I did mine, I jacked the front end of the truck up off the ground and took the drivers side front wheel/tire off along with the inner fender. Its a little extra work, but It will make life a LOT easier when dealing with the ECM harness as there isnt a lot of slack in it. Trying to work at it from the top of the engine bay is a pain in the ass. With the wheel/tire and inner fender out of the way you can sit on a 5 gallon paint bucket or short stool and work like a civilized individual instead of standing on the bumper leaning over the engine.
 

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ok thanks for the numbers and advice it seems every thing is easier through the fender well lol
 
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