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Old 10-22-2017, 09:01 PM   #1
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Dakota Digital ECD 100 speedo box

Has anyone had issues with the ecd-100 no reading the signal from the trans (6L80E). I have been told it's in the computer flashing and my take sever times to get the signal. Any help would be appreciated
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Re: Dakota Digital ECD 100 speedo box

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Has anyone had issues with the ecd-100 no reading the signal from the trans (6L80E). I have been told it's in the computer flashing and my take sever times to get the signal. Any help would be appreciated

I installed the DD ECD-100 speedo box in my '67 Panel Truck with an LS1/4l60e. It was actually a piece of cake. I just used the preset setting shown in the instruction sheet for the 4000ppm signal that the VSS puts out..... It is about 2 mph off.

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