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12-07-2011, 10:05 PM #1
1995 C1500 4.3 Programmer Chip Installation
I've been looking at putting a chip into my trucks ECM to gain a little more power and better gas millage. How hard would it be to put it in? I know you have to take your ECM out and put the new P-ROM chip in. Where could I get the right one and is it a difficult job to do? I only saw a stage 1 chip on eBay that was listed for about $150. The link is below, would that be one that would work with my truck?
1995 C1500 4.3L
Manual trans. 5spd.
JET TBI Spacer
Upgraded plug wires
Stage 1 Chip:
Thanks for your help all!1995 C1500 4.3L 2WD. JET TBI Spacer, JET stage 1 chip, 10mm Taylor custom wires, Pulstar Iridium Pulse Plugs.
260k miles and still going strong...
12-07-2011, 10:27 PM #2
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- Kingston Springs Tennessee
If yours is like a 94 model then it is really easy. The ECM is located under a trap door in your glove box. You remove the factory chip and install the new eprom. I purchased my stage 2 chip at Motorvation. You can call them up and they will explain what you need and help you with installation information.
You gain a slight increase in power and the transmission shifts out a little stronger. It didn't help my gas mileage from what I can tell. I still only get between 12 - 15 mpg on a good day.
Here is their website for GM trucks, http://www.motorvation.tv/chips_gm_l...rucks_vans.htm
Last edited by pondfishr; 12-07-2011 at 10:29 PM.
12-08-2011, 05:41 PM #3
Myself would not chip it spend money not gain much if any. But everyone has a opinion.
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