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Not sure if I understand.If you already installed a Resistor, why do you need PIN location for the ByPass Module.It would connect at the same place you put the resistorUnless you have a different type ByPass Module, that is going to duplicate the CCM or replace it.
What ohm resistor did you use & where was it installed?
That resistance value is not correct for a VATS ByPassThere are only 15 Resistor Values that GM used for the VATS.The resistor has to be within 2% total Value & is spliced between the 2 thin White wires that is usually found inside a Orange tube coming from the Ignition Switch & you need to cut the wire going to the Ignition switch to make it work.
There are no Pins of those type at the ECM/PCM:
Not really.I saw nothing of you replacing the CCM & rerogramming it.
I still don't know what ByPass you are refering to for the ECM??None of the pins are identified as you show.
The VATS is controlled by the CCM & Fuel turn on has to have a logic (resistance) output to the Fuel Pump control unit.
Thanks for the added information:
D8 is the Fuel enable wire in the ECM. Black or Brown 32 pin Plug. Pin Location Ckt. 229, Dark Blue wire