Awww..you ain't got shit!
As said earlier...dude...you are the man. Without a doubt one of the most helpful folks on the forum. Thanks for all your assist when I need it bud.As far as removing the pin from the ECM connector goes, I found that the easiest way(other than buying the tool) is to use a small flat head precision screwdriver. First remove the plastic pin retainer off the back of the ECM plug, 2 tabs lock it to the connector. If youre looking at the female side of the connector(where it plugs into the ECM) there are 4 rows. 2 rows are the female end that contacts the male pins(middle 2 rows) and 2 outer rows for the locking tab. Orientate the pin that you intend to remove to the top(long side of connector parallel with the floor), now look at the outer(or upper) hole, there you will see what appears to be a flat tab protruding into the space(bottom left pointing to top right). Insert your precision screwdriver so that it pushes the tab to the left, the screwdriver should be inserted about 1/2 inch to fully push the locking tab off the pedestal in the connector. The pin should release and can be pulled out of the back of the connector. HTH