1986 C10

KingBowzer

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Are you referring to the ECU? If so then yes, its in the dash

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KingBowzer

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If the vehicle is fuel injected, probably the most important function is fuel supply control, among other things. If carbureted, then a large portion of it is sensors and warnings lights. Most of sensors and warnings in these trucks are vacuum operated, but pretty sure the ecu interprets the vacuum sensors "disruption" and sends out the trouble code for the OBD1 dongle

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KingBowzer

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No problem. My 86 has no sensors hooked up, no emissions hooked up or anything like that. I have an aftermarket temp gauge and aftermarket oil pressure gauge and thats it. It works just fine lol

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