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Old 02-06-2012, 04:50 PM
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ICM location

I want pull the ICM off my dads 00 F250 and see if mines bad in my 96. Can anyone tell me where it can be found?
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Old 02-06-2012, 04:59 PM
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IDM or PCM?

The IDM is located in the drivers side fender well. You will need to remove the wheel well liner, it is interchangeable.

The PCM is in the cab. You need to pull the connector in the engine bay though. It is not interchangeable.
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Behind the Drivers side fender under the fender liner.
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I'd like to kick the designer that put the damn thing there squarely in the nuts...
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I'd like to kick the designer that put the damn thing there squarely in the nuts...
Might be the same person who decided to put the tire changing tools right on top of the boiling hot radiator....
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just me when if i took it out i would move it to under hood.
X2 kick the guy.
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Here you go:

On your '00:


On your '96:
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I had a blowout on front passenger tire and a wire was cut my truck want crank unless I crawl under it and jump the solenoid and my alternator want charge the batteries now and alternator tests good.
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I had a blowout on front passenger tire and a wire was cut my truck want crank unless I crawl under it and jump the solenoid and my alternator want charge the batteries now and alternator tests good.
Please help..
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You may want to start your own thread, this one is 4 years old? A bit more detail would also be nice. Year and model of truck, location of cut wire etc.

We are usually pretty quick on this forum, but you will still have to sometimes wait more than thirty minutes for a reply?

Have you checked all your fuses? Have you repaired the cut wire?
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