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UVCH IDM 42-Pin DTC Reference Material

None of the following applies to Pre-Superduty 7.3L Powerstrokes!

I modified my 42-pin picture to make it self-explanatory. I also scanned something for the gang:

I don't recall seeing this on the forum before, but I could just be having a senior moment. I think this is the most crucial page out of the whole PC/ED to untangle the injector-signal knot. A basic code reader, an ohm meter, and this page will pull the curtain back on the Wizard of "D'oh"s:

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Rich... for which production years does this apply? I'm generating a downloadable two-page PDF for the forum and want to include that reference detail.
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This fits all the documentation I have for Superduty 7.3L Powerstrokes. If anybody has a PC/ED for 2002 - 2003 that is conflict with this information, please let us know.
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Thanks for the confirmation, Rich.

PDF is attached for download.
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Fancy-schmancy. Maybe I should have just published the silly thing... I have the technology. Nope... can't do it. Too lazy.

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Glad to do it. I work with PDF file generation/modification often enough to where it doesn't really take very long at all. The ones that take quite a while are when I try to capture a long thread with tons of details, and that only takes a while because I cruise through and extract the details in a procedural format as a "summary" to the thread.

I offer these "soft services" to the group because I'm not nearly as knowledgeable as a lot of you other guys, and I like to make ti as easy as possible for everyone to be able to extract useful details that can be kept handy on their own computers. In the end, I have found that a downloadable PDF is much more handy than having to search through the forum or remember where I read about a particular subject.
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Maybe we can work on that AE mess. I look at that and think "Owe gawd".
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I've already been thinking along those lines as well, but have been letting it (the thread) mature a bit while I am waiting to find the right "spare time" to start tackling it.
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I've already been thinking along those lines as well, but have been letting it (the thread) mature a bit while I am waiting to find the right "spare time" to start tackling it.
"Mature".... As in mold? I may start copying that stuff to a doc and streamline/update the text. I've learned more sensor limits since I posted some of the screenshots.
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LOL... no... not "moldy"... "mature" as in additional questions & answers, thoughts, realizations, and input being captured as the information matures in peoples minds over time... sort of the way you "age" a fine wine before enjoying its fully mature and robust flavors!!
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