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    Default 89 Suburban computer and check engine light location

    Does anyone have pics of where the ECM is on an '89 Suburban? Where is your check engine light? and where does the wiring harness go through the firewall into the cab for the computer? Pics would be great if possible. Thanks
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    ECM is above the glovebox on the passenger side, bolted to the top of the dash. The Check engine light in the clusher is the left lamp in the lower section of the speedometer I believe. Not sure where the wiring harness for the computer goes through the firewall, but I think it's on the drivers side low in the fender like usual.
    Christopher

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