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Old 03-14-2003, 08:51 PM
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ECM identification?

Hey everybody, I have an ignition problem and believe it may be related to a "remanufactured" ECM. I was wondering if anyone might know how to find out what ECM should be in my truck. I don't want to go by the part number on the one I have because it may not be right either. I know there are a lot of variables that determine what ECM is used, even within the same model year and options. Any Ford dealer service employees out there?? Thanks for any hints!
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ECM identification?

I think the AutoZone site lists EEC PNs, and CarParts may also.
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Old 03-14-2003, 09:30 PM
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post your calibration # off the door or VIN and i can supply your orignal pcm part number
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Ya, autozone has a long list of part numbers, by it's up to you to know which one you need. Just like autozone to not be of much help
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Old 03-14-2003, 09:38 PM
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ECM identification?

Thanks Dro Man! The sticker reads: 9-54R-R10 and in smaller print to the right is :E9AE-6E061-CDY
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Old 03-14-2003, 09:49 PM
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here are the original numbers for you cal. most will be replaced with newer numbers.

CALIBRATION PARTS LIST
NAME/DESCRIPTION ENGINEERING NO. SERVICE NO.
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Air By-Pass) E8TE 9B289-AA E8TZ 9B289-A
SENSOR, (EGR Valve) E7TF 9G428-AA E7TZ 9G428-A
RESERVOIR ASSY., (EGR Vacuum) D5TE 9E453-AA D5TZ 9E453-A
CONTROL ASSY., (EGR Vacuum Regulator) E53E 9J459-AA E63Z 9J459-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Air Control Solenoid Vacuum) E7TE 9H465-AA E7TZ 9H465-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Air Control Solenoid Vacuum) E7TE 9H465-BA E7TZ 9H465-B
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E93F 9F472-AA,DA, EA F03Z 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E73F 9F472-AA,BA, CA E73Z 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E9SF 9F472-BA F0SZ 9F472-B
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E77F 9F472-AA,BA E7TF 9F472-AA E7TZ 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E9SF 9F472-AA E97F 9F472-AA F0SZ 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) F07F 9F472-AA F0TZ 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Manifold Absolute Pressure) E7EF 9F479-A1A,A2A E7FZ 9F479-A
VALVE ASSY., (EGR Pressure External) E7TE 9F483-F2A,F4A E7TZ 9F483-F
PUMP ASSY., (Thermactor) E5TE 9A486-DB E5TZ 9A486-D
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Check - 3/4-14 Thread One End - Hose Nipple One End - Upstream) E9VZ 9A487-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Check - Hose Nipple One End - Press In Tube Other End - Downstream) EZ 9A487-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Control) E47E 9F491-BA E3TZ 9F491-A
INJECTOR ASSY., (Fuel) E5TE 9F593-A3B E8TZ 9F593-D
VALVE ASSY., (Throttle Air By-Pass) E9TE 9F715-BA F0TE 9F715-B1A E9TZ 9F715-B
SENSOR ASSY., (Speed) E3AF 9E731-AB E3AZ 9E731-A
REGULATOR ASSY., (Fuel Charging Pressure) E7EE 9C968-AA E77E 9C968-AA E7FZ 9C968-A
POTENTIOMETER ASSY., (Throttle Position Sensor) E7TF 9B989-CA E7TZ 9B989-D
DISTRIBUTOR ASSY.) E5TE 12127-AA E5TZ 12127-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Engine Electronic Control Coolant Temperature) E4AF 12A648-AA E1AZ 12A648-A
PROCESSOR AND CALIBRATOR ASSY., (EEC-IV) E9TF 12A650-AM1A, AM2A E9TZ 12A650-AMA
SENSOR ASSY., (Air Charge Temperature) E4AF 12A697-AA E1AZ 12A697-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Engine Spark Knock Intensity) E3AF 12A699-AA E3AZ 12A699-A
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Old 03-14-2003, 09:57 PM
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the engineering # is the # you see on the pcm and usually the part # is nearly identical with a prefix ending with z. dont know why the smiley faces show up.
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Wow, thanks Dro Man that will help, it looks like I have the right ECM and now I can look for another one to replace this one. And hope that solves my problem.
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here are the original numbers for you cal. most will be replaced with newer numbers.

CALIBRATION PARTS LIST
NAME/DESCRIPTION ENGINEERING NO. SERVICE NO.
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Air By-Pass) E8TE 9B289-AA E8TZ 9B289-A
SENSOR, (EGR Valve) E7TF 9G428-AA E7TZ 9G428-A
RESERVOIR ASSY., (EGR Vacuum) D5TE 9E453-AA D5TZ 9E453-A
CONTROL ASSY., (EGR Vacuum Regulator) E53E 9J459-AA E63Z 9J459-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Air Control Solenoid Vacuum) E7TE 9H465-AA E7TZ 9H465-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Air Control Solenoid Vacuum) E7TE 9H465-BA E7TZ 9H465-B
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E93F 9F472-AA,DA, EA F03Z 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E73F 9F472-AA,BA, CA E73Z 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E9SF 9F472-BA F0SZ 9F472-B
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E77F 9F472-AA,BA E7TF 9F472-AA E7TZ 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) E9SF 9F472-AA E97F 9F472-AA F0SZ 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Exhaust Gas Oxygen) F07F 9F472-AA F0TZ 9F472-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Manifold Absolute Pressure) E7EF 9F479-A1A,A2A E7FZ 9F479-A
VALVE ASSY., (EGR Pressure External) E7TE 9F483-F2A,F4A E7TZ 9F483-F
PUMP ASSY., (Thermactor) E5TE 9A486-DB E5TZ 9A486-D
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Check - 3/4-14 Thread One End - Hose Nipple One End - Upstream) E9VZ 9A487-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Check - Hose Nipple One End - Press In Tube Other End - Downstream) EZ 9A487-A
VALVE ASSY., (Thermactor Control) E47E 9F491-BA E3TZ 9F491-A
INJECTOR ASSY., (Fuel) E5TE 9F593-A3B E8TZ 9F593-D
VALVE ASSY., (Throttle Air By-Pass) E9TE 9F715-BA F0TE 9F715-B1A E9TZ 9F715-B
SENSOR ASSY., (Speed) E3AF 9E731-AB E3AZ 9E731-A
REGULATOR ASSY., (Fuel Charging Pressure) E7EE 9C968-AA E77E 9C968-AA E7FZ 9C968-A
POTENTIOMETER ASSY., (Throttle Position Sensor) E7TF 9B989-CA E7TZ 9B989-D
DISTRIBUTOR ASSY.) E5TE 12127-AA E5TZ 12127-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Engine Electronic Control Coolant Temperature) E4AF 12A648-AA E1AZ 12A648-A
PROCESSOR AND CALIBRATOR ASSY., (EEC-IV) E9TF 12A650-AM1A, AM2A E9TZ 12A650-AMA
SENSOR ASSY., (Air Charge Temperature) E4AF 12A697-AA E1AZ 12A697-A
SENSOR ASSY., (Engine Spark Knock Intensity) E3AF 12A699-AA E3AZ 12A699-A

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post your calibration # off the door or VIN and i can supply your orignal pcm part number
dro man,

i know this is an old thread and i'm not discussing a truck but, hopefully you could help me out. i have a 2003 mustang 3.8L that i am converting from an automatic to a 5-speed and the pcm is different. do you think you could tell me what pcm part number i need to put in it to make sure the 5-speed works with the pcm?
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Old 12-17-2008, 08:54 PM
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It should run on the automatic PCM, but with codes for the sensors and solenoids not present,from the automatic trans. I am not sure what kind of failure/limp mode it will be in.
I will have to look around to see if I can come up with any calibrations parts list,anymore? Not sure?
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Old 12-17-2008, 10:46 PM
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It should run on the automatic PCM, but with codes for the sensors and solenoids not present,from the automatic trans. I am not sure what kind of failure/limp mode it will be in.
I will have to look around to see if I can come up with any calibrations parts list,anymore? Not sure?
Wow, thanks for answering.

You are correct about it working on the current PCM. You bring up some new issues about the sensors and solenoids that I was not aware of. Are these on the on the automatic transmission? I was also told that since the PCM is for an automatic, the engine would hesitate at the shift points for the automatic even though the 5-speed is in the car.

One more question, do you know what would keep me from just getting a PCM for a 2003 3.8L 5-speed car? Why can't I just switch mine with one like that?
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Old 12-24-2008, 09:39 PM
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dro man,

i know this is an old thread and i'm not discussing a truck but, hopefully you could help me out. i have a 2003 mustang 3.8L that i am converting from an automatic to a 5-speed and the pcm is different. do you think you could tell me what pcm part number i need to put in it to make sure the 5-speed works with the pcm?
OK

If you supply me with a calibration # of a manual shift car, I can give you a

parts list.

Some or most of these part numbers will have changed, but you will at least

have a place to start and will be able to wrok from these numbers.

A full vin may also work.
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Old 12-25-2008, 12:25 AM
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I'm putting the PCM in my 2003. I think I found out that I needed a 3R3A-TA (XFT0). I've been doing some research.

One problem that I have is that the new PCM will not be recognized by the HEC in my car. Not really sure how the HEC is keeping track of the PCM. Is this correct?

Also, with the new PCM will my PATS system be okay with my keys? I have heard many different perspectives that the car won't start if......either the HEC is going to need to be updated to see the new PCM or the keys need to be updated in the PATS for the PCM.

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