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    Default Tan/Black Ignition wire - 95 safari

    My 1995 safari (4.3L V6) with 274,000 miles just failed the emissions test for hydrocarbons. The tester said that the idle appears to be too advanced. I need to check the timing but I can't get by square one because I can't find the single Tan/Blk wire that disconnects the ECM and creates base idle. I have looked on the passenger side firewall, and in the passenger side foot well around the ECM. It has got to be here somewhere... aaarrrgghhh!
    '95 Chevy Suburban 4x4 LS 5.7L

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    Check out the thread in Q&A called "Repair Manuals" and follow the instructions to be able to look at a wiring diagram for your Safari. Hope this helps!
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