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Marine City, MI (February 27, 2013) – Since GM’s introduction of the LS series of small block engines in 1998, the LS motors have quickly become the engine of choice for late model engine swaps, from street rods, vintage muscle cars, race cars and even off-road racers. Lightweight, durable and seemingly bulletproof, the LS motor – in all of its variations – is a plentiful source of cheap and reliable power.
Since 2007, all LS engines have used a different ECM with a 58X timing wheel on the crankshaft, and an electronic drive-by-wire throttle body. To make installation of one of these late model motors several steps easier, Howell Engine Developments has engineered an engine wiring harness for all 2006-2008 LS3/LS7 58X-equipped engines. These harnesses feature all the correct connectors to make hooking up the electronic engine and transmission controls as easy as plugging in the required connectors. Every connector is clearly labeled so there is no need to go searching for the right plug.
Howell’s LS3/LS7 wiring harnesses provide engine diagnostic capabilities right down to standard GM code output, an industry standard diagnostic port and check engine light making it compatible with all Chevrolet dealer and aftermarket diagnostic tools, and are made with GM/Packard high temperature wire, original equipment Packard Weatherpack connectors, and high temperature coverings to ensure the highest standard of reliability and a clean look under the hood.
The engine ECM does not control the automatic transmission.
At Howell Engine Developments, we choose to sell only the best quality components, and all are covered by a money back guarantee. For additional information, visit www.howellefi.com or call 810-765-5100. Howell Engine Developments is located at 6201 Industrial Way, Marine City, MI, 48039.