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What RABS computer can I use?

I pulled a dash wiring harness from a 93 and it also has the RABS computer. How do I identify this computer to know if I can use it on my truck? Will any RABS work?
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According to my books, '93 was change to RABSII module numbers begin with F3TF-2CO18 or F3UF-2CO18 other module numbers are RABSI. Doesn't appear that they will interchange.
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I've got to think this is RABS, I also pulled the RABS valve from the same truck and it looks exactly like mine.

Here is the unit I have - http://i.imgur.com/MkWlM0M.jpeg
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I guess what confuses me is where it says single rear wheel only. And I did visually verify the RABS valve on my truck is the same as what I pulled from the same truck I got the harness from
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That seems to be a RABSII module, the single wheel only means not for a dually. That is the same as mine ('93 RABSII).
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That makes more sense

You happen to have a wiring diagram for RABSI and RABSII that lists what each pin is for? I'd like to understand the differences
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Can't find one for RABSI but here is one for RABSII might help


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