|On the CF I noticed the following jpeg and compared it to the AIM. As suspected, it's a dead ringer and identical, just another Colored In AIM. I also compared it to my notes of these actual wiring harnesses and found the following 12 major differences. (This is not even the complete list.)|
|ABOVE: 1 though 8 refers to cavities in the ignition harness firewall gang connector that has 14 available cavities although not all are occupied.|
.1. This cavity is empty and thus has no wire is
.9. This staggered oddball TCS connector actually
has four different colored wires connected to it. The dark blue and dark
green are two of those colors, but they are shown connected backwards.
These are the Olson Engineering Colored In AIM schematics. They are not even a close reference to what you will find on a real Corvette. This internet scam sells Colored In old GM schematic under the false premise that they are some valuable aid for an owner. This Tool only benefits Don Olson; it is used to pry money from your wallet. Great TOOL.
This is typical of every model year AIM schematic I have studied in detail. They just don't follow what you actually find in the field. There apparently is no shortage of these sad objects and the poor folk who have spent their funds on them thinking this is better than sliced bread. Don knows too, but your $22 friendship is more important.
I found the above Olson
Engineering illustration referenced here.
I read that Don the Engineer at Olson Engineering will be at August's Corvettes at Carlisle. Look for him around space G111. Wonder if he will be giving refunds or excuses? He "makes" parts just like Zip does. They copy stuff that they don't even know is wrong, sell it to you and then laugh all the way to the bank. Shame on those tolerating fast buck artists.
FACT: Athough Olson Engineering is only located 25 miles from Bloomingtom Gold - in 2007 they were a no show. Hmmmmmmmm. We will see if he actually shows up in Carlisle, as some folk may want a refund there for these defective tools also.