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Old 01-14-2012, 03:52 PM
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I found out today that my ECM for my 460 is apparently bad. The truck is actually an 86 I have updated. The present system is from a 1990 F250. I can use probably anything up to 1995 as the front harness is actually from a 1993 truck. It needs to be a Speed Density Bank Fired system for a 460 W/E4OD.
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Old 01-15-2012, 10:33 AM
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hello, I went looking for one myself yesterday and found a 97 f250 hd. the guy wants 100.00, its the one with the ALT0 code part# f6tf-12a650-aha.
It's the same part number i'm running right now in my 67, but i read somewhere that it is basically a heavy duty emissions computer, and i noticed while monitoring data, cruising down the highway that it goes in and out of closed loop. uses way more gas that my original ecm out of a 92 E350 which only flaw is not being data capable.
So i'm also in the quest for a different ecm myself.
if you are not in a hurry i could sell you either one of mine for cheap, once i find the right one for my purposes.
by the way do you know the member's name in the 460 forum that knows the ecm's part #s ?
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:17 AM
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hello, I went looking for one myself yesterday and found a 97 f250 hd. the guy wants 100.00, its the one with the ALT0 code part# f6tf-12a650-aha.
It's the same part number i'm running right now in my 67, but i read somewhere that it is basically a heavy duty emissions computer, and i noticed while monitoring data, cruising down the highway that it goes in and out of closed loop. uses way more gas that my original ecm out of a 92 E350 which only flaw is not being data capable.
So i'm also in the quest for a different ecm myself.
if you are not in a hurry i could sell you either one of mine for cheap, once i find the right one for my purposes.
by the way do you know the member's name in the 460 forum that knows the ecm's part #s ?
thanks.
I don't right off know the name of the guy on the 460 forum who knows the ECM numbers, but it might be the fellow who runs reincarnation performance. I need a ECM that will run an E4OD transmission and a 460 so if one of those is correct I would be interested. Is the F6TF-12A650-AHA an OBDII system, 104 pin or is it the OBDI 60 pin?

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I don't right off know the name of the guy on the 460 forum who knows the ECM numbers, but it might be the fellow who runs reincarnation performance. I need a ECM that will run an E4OD transmission and a 460 so if one of those is correct I would be interested. Is the F6TF-12A650-AHA an OBDII system, 104 pin or is it the OBDI 60 pin?

Thanks for the reply.
the F6TF-12A650-AHA is 60 pin and controls the E4OD but like i mentioned is heavy duty emissions. if you want i could buy it for you and send it along or i could try your ecm in my truck and see how it runs and what can be wrong with it.
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Forgot to ask where are you located?
and also i noticed you mention digital storage osciloscope in your other post, are you an auto tech? if so show me the secret handshake.
no seriously maybe give me a call I'd be able to help you. 2 heads think harder and what not.
any ways I'll anwer you on the 460 forum post , maybe we can get this 460 guru
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Forgot to ask where are you located?
and also i noticed you mention digital storage osciloscope in your other post, are you an auto tech? if so show me the secret handshake.
no seriously maybe give me a call I'd be able to help you. 2 heads think harder and what not.
any ways I'll anwer you on the 460 forum post , maybe we can get this 460 guru
to help us both.
I used to make my living doing this, but recently retired after almost 30 years in materials testing and calibration. The scope is an Extech handheld LCD model 381295A and is for primary circuit use only. I went to 460Ford.com, It may be the guy on there, Scotty AKA the Mad Porter. I asked there for anyone with a list of compatible ECMs.

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Update on this one, ctubutis found me a 92 EEC, but the problem turned out to be the electronic speedometer. I had a speedometer shop reset the mileage to match the 86 speedometer and they also do any upgrades, repairs etc. to bring it up to date. One of his new techs removed the filter circuit and forgot to replace it. It was telling the EEC the truck was moving when sitting still causing the lockup clutch to engage as soon as it was put in gear.
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Hi there, it's great to hear the good news.
so which ecm are you running ?
is the '92 data capable? if so i may be interested in buying it or trading you for the '97 ecm i have. thanks
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:02 PM
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I couldn't get it to display data on my Solus Pro. It might be able to if I can get STKRs CalCon to read it.
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