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Finger Stick Blocker Plate (04.5-05) LLY Duramax (418)

Egr blocker plate lbz

SKU 418

Finger Stick and Blocker Plate For 2004.5-2005 Chevy/GMC LLY Duramax Diesel

Includes 'Finger Stick' and Blocker plate for 2004.5-2005 LLY Duramax engines only. If you are not sure which engine you have, please Refer to notes below. This kit is designed to combat Mass Air Flow and EGR system related trouble codes and limp modes caused by exhaust system or boost modifications.
Engine Identification:
The Duramax engine has evolved from the original LB7 series to the LLY, then LBZ, and now the LMM series. The LB7 was used from 2001 model year until mid 2004 model year. In mid 2004 the LLY series was released. In 2006 the Duramax changed again. The early 2006 engines were still called LLY and the later 2006 and 2007 'Classic' became the LBZ. This creates some confusion as the 06 LLY is distinctively different from the 04.5-05 LLY. The 2006 LLY and LBZ engines are essentially the same when it comes to modifications. The LMM began in the new body style GMT 900 series trucks in 2007 and continued through 2010. In 2011 the LML was released and is currently in use through 2015 and beyond??? The simplest way to verify which series you have is the VIN# of the truck. The 8th digit is the engine ID and it will either be a 1, 2, D, 6, or 8.

  • 01-04 LB7 is a 1
  • 04.5-05 LLY is a 2
  • 06 LLY is a 2 (uses same mods as LBZ)
  • 06-07 LBZ is a D
  • 07 LMM is a 6 (new body style GMT 900 series)
  • 11-14 LML is a 8

Example: 1GCHK29143Exxxxxx for LB7 and 1GCHK29245Exxxxx for LLY. It is important to know this as while the engines are essentially the same at the core, the electronics, turbochargers, electronics, and injectors are different among the variants. The 10th place in the VIN number identifies the model year on these vehicles. The example above shows the 2003 model year LB7 and 2005 LLY.

Installation Directions for
FINGER STICK
and
Blocker Plate
What is a Finger Stick? A Finger Stick is a simple circuit that modifies the MAF signal on LLY and LBZ
engines (not LB7 engines) to expected levels when the EGR is blocked or a free flowing exhaust system causes
the ECM to set codes. This will prevent a Service Engine Soon light from illuminating and will prevent the ECM
from displaying DTC codes related to the EGR modification.
What is a Blocker Plate? It is a plate designed to fit between the EGR cooling jacket and exhaust pipe flanges.
Everyone must be reminded that the stick and plate are providing it 'as is' and that you install it at your own
risk. The manufacturer can not and will not be responsible for any damages, real or perceived, to you, your
truck, or your marital life in whole or in part. Read all these directions before installing.
Gather these things for the install:
12mm 6 pt deep socket
12 mm 6 pt shallow socket
3/8 ratchet
3/8 mini breaker bar
3/8 short extension
Thin flat bladed screwdrivers
Long handled screwdriver
Soldering iron and solder
An old blanket, gloves and a long sleeved shirt
3M 33 electrical tape
Penetrating oil
Blocker Plate Install:
First things first. It is probably a good idea to give the EGR nuts a blast of penetrating oil a day before doing this.
It seems to help to loosen the nuts on the flange while warm, thus the blanket, long sleeves and gloves.
Remove the intake boot to make some room. You may want to take the 6.6 plastic resonator off too to get some
more room.
Here is a picture of the LBZ. The LLY is similar.
Put the blanket over the top of the engine for comfort and a bit of insulation, get on the shirt and gloves and do the
“belly flop:
The top EGR nut can be loosened with the 12 mm deep socket and ratchet. The lower EGR nut can be accessed
with the same set up, but you might need the breaker bar (some use a swivel head ratchet) and short socket to get
it broken loose (it did in this case). You do not need to remove the nut, but will want to loosen them up a little bit
past the end of the stud to give yourself some wiggle room.
If your blocker plate came without the eased edges, grab a grinder or file and ease them now. The plate can hang
up on the bottom of the gasket or cooling jacket, easing the edges slightly will greatly aid in getting the plate in.
Using a long handled screwdriver, push on the edge of the flange near the driver's side stud and insert the plate.
Try to get the plate on the front side of the gasket. The flange can be hard to push apart.
If you can seat one side, you can then use the screwdriver on the plate itself near the passenger's side stud and
rotate it down onto the other stud. The tolerances are pretty close, but it will fit.
Tighten up the bolts and you are done with the blocker plate install.
What follows are the connection instructions for the Fingers stick:
Though ScotchLocks or other quick connecting splice will work, it is strongly suggested that you solder all
connections and then weatherproof the new connections.
Make sure you follow the wires back from the MAF and EGR sensors. You never know when GM will change
colors. The wires you will be working with in the harness are identified by their position in the connectors, not
their colors. Take the time to trace each wire back.
The Sensors:
The first picture below is of the LLY Stick as shipped with each wire labeled. Your stick my differ slightly in
shape. The LBZ Stick has the exact same wire colors.
The next picture is of the EGR connector on the LLY. The lowest passenger side wire on the connector is the
EGR position sensor wire. On the LLY is blue with a white stripe. On the LBZ it is brown with a white stripe. The
position on the connector is what matters, not the color! The BLUE wire on the Stick should be tapped into this
wire.
The third picture below is of the MAF sensor near the air filter. The LLY and LBZ MAF sensors are identical.
The wires here are Yellow, Gray w/black, and Pink.
Grab your thin blade screwdriver and remove the cover on the harness raceway that goes over the intake. The
LLY has a black tie wrap over the cover that you will have to cut and replace. You will get the EGR lead in here,
and hide the stick here as well. On the LLY, find the Blue wire and tease it out of the bundle. On the LBZ it will
be a brown wire with a white stripe What you are looking for is the same wire that exits the lower left hand pin of
the EGR connector. Take the time to trace the wire back to the connector.
Here is the raceway with cover removed on the LBZ. The LLY is similar. Cut the tape if needed to get to the wire
you want.
Here is the blue Finger Stick lead tapped into the harness ready for soldering. Use your wire stripper’s 22 ga.
Cutter to break the insulation and then just force the insulation away from the cut with your fingernails to open up
enough room to tap into.
The other wires are in the harness that is pictured under the blue wire in the last shot.
Open up the loom and go find the 3 wires in this harness that you need: yellow, gray and red(Pink?). Pull them
out and stuff everything back into the loom to keep yourself organized. Again, if you have doubts about what
leads you are looking for, look at the MAF sensor connector and make sure you have grabbed the first 3 leads
(from L to R) off the connector.
This shot shows the 3 wires (yellow already cut) and the raceway lead under my finger.

Notice that the joints on the Pink Gray and Yellow wires are staggered. This is so you don’t end up with a giant
bunch in your loom. (I hate bunches in my looms….)
Trim up the leads on the Finger Stick to follow the staggered joints.
Make your connections – Red to Pink, Gray to Gray, Yellow to Yellow on the MAF side. The Green/Yellow gets
connected to the Yellow to the remaining Yellow and Blue gets tapped into the Brown/White (LBZ) or
Blue/White(LLY) wire in the raceway.
Solder up all of your connections and wrap them up with a good electrical tape.
The leads that come out of the harness can be wrapped in black tape and exit the loom just under the raceway and
will be unnoticeable.
The yellow lead on the 2 wire side of the Finger Stick can also be covered with a piece of black tape and be
brought into the raceway through the little slot about in the middle of the tray (It’s like they put it there for us on
the LBZ. You might have to make your own on the LLY)
The stick fits nicely in the raceway tray, and once the cover is back on you would be hard pressed to find anything
out of order. This works much better on the LBZ than the LLY.
That’s it. You are now blocked and stuck. Start her up and go for a spin to check for leaks or codes. Go through
a couple ignition cycles before declaring victory and putting the raceway cover back on.
Happy soot-free motoring….
Installation Notes:
The EGR MUST be plugged in for the stick to operate properly.
It is much easier if you disconnect the air intake filter tube from the filter before you start. This will give you
more room to work.
Wait until after you install your Stick, then clear all EGR DTC codes that may have been set, if desired, or 50
ignition cycles will eventually clear them. CEL lights should clear in 3-5 ignition cycles.
Once the yellow wire is cut, the yellow wire of the stick will go towards the MAF wire on the air cleaner, letting
the output of the stick (yellow/green) go into the harness that goes across the engine.
For a clean install: Pull the plastic wire looms back far enough to make all the wire connections and splices
easier, and don't put any wires back inside the looms until all the connections are finished. Then, when you're
completely done, tuck everything back inside and finish with a little electrical tape to make the ends sanitary. For
even a cleaner install, after plugging the EGR back in, you can put a piece of 1' wire loom from the MAF sensor
down a foot to where the wires “T” in.
Other Notes of Interest: For dealer / warranty work the stick may be left on the truck, but like all aftermarket
things, out of sight out of mind. You may want to remove the Blocker Plate (remember, out of sight, out of mind).
The ECM should stay happy with the Stick installed and the Blocker Plate removed. You may have to leave the
stick on to keep the big exhausts from setting codes. To the manufacturers’ knowledge, it is invisible to the Tech
II diagnostic computer. The EGR works the same with or without the stick. What is modified is the signal coming
from the MAF sensor. So, disconnecting the Blue EGR wire stops the MAF signal modification.
If you are coding because of the exhaust, disabling the Stick will bring the codes back.
How to disable the Stick if needed: If you disconnect the EGR wire on the stick (the blue wire), the Stick just
passes the MAF signal to the ECM without modification. If you are blocking codes, the codes will come back
with the EGR wire disconnected.
Is there a way to tell if it’s working (without using a DTC scanner)?
Remember, if the EGR Blocker Plate is installed along with the Stick and you are not getting any DTC codes, it is
working. Disconnecting the blue (EGR) wire as stated above will disable the Stick and cause DTC codes to be
displayed again. If you installed the EGR Blocker Plate which caused the SES light to go on (CA & N/E
Emission trucks mostly) – the SES light will be off if all is working fine. If you installed the Blocker Plate and
never got a SES light (mostly Federal emission trucks) then you could also try this:
If you have a volt meter, you can look at the voltage coming out of the EGR position sensor relative to ground.
That signal is in the blue wire you tapped coming from the EGR. If the voltage reading is greater than ~1.25 volts
at idle, the EGR is being used and there are no EGR codes. If you watch the voltage while you rev the engine, it
will fluctuate. Any EGR codes and the ECM will discontinue EGR positioning. A closed EGR valve reads about
1.25 volts. Full open is near 5 volts. Normal idle is about 3 volts.
Below are pictures of an actual install on an LLY (later changed to soldered connections)
After the cut
All the wires tapped
All buttoned up after install

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