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Old 02-10-2012, 03:13 PM
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Can someone help? I need the PCM pinout for a 2000 7.3 powerstroke, if possable the wire schematic would be nice also.

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Can someone help? I need the PCM pinout for a 2000 7.3 powerstroke, if possable the wire schematic would be nice also.

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Try this recent thread. The files should be attached there.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...27-pinout.html
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Here is the PCM pin-out.

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Use THIS LINK to go to my last post in your other thread for an Engine Control Schematic I attached there.

Edit : No more back and forth. Here is the Engine Controls Schematic

42 Pin Connector. GPR control leads pass through it on there way to the PCM. See my post in your other thread.
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Sorry about making you dizzy really not my intention. The wire schematic and pinout are wonderful thank you. So today I have checked the glow plug controler output or pin 101 on the pcm pinout. The wire checked out ok both by ohms and by no negative or positive power. But when computer is hooked up and the wire hooked up to GPR I run a start cycle on the motor so it activates the glow plugs then the wire will have 6 to 7 volts showing. Is this normal (not acording to my research)?
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