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Old 02-05-2013, 07:29 PM
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What to look for when cleaning for chip install

How clean is clean when I install my chip in the morning? anybody got a clear pic of cleaned up contacts? Dont want to screw it up
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From everything I have read and the way I did it, DO NOT clean until you see copper. You want the contacts to be silver still. I found it easier to pull the PCM, I don't have any pics sorry, but it is pretty straight forward.
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Thanks sir, thats exactly what I wanted to know
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You'll know if it's not clean enough. If it's not, it won't start when the chip is installed.
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Yup know that part, just want to get it right the first time
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Use a scotch Brite pad green side and remove all the whitish film is what I did, even got it out the grooves, your gonna love the tunes bud
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Here ya go... http://www.dp-tuner.com/skin/fronten...tion-94-97.pdf
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Thanks Kris and Justin
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No problem bud, u get it in yet?
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Nope finishing up breakfast and then gonna go warm up the truck and pull it.....remember bro...cold here
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