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I think the VSM ties into the pedal assy some how but im not to sure. I have a diagram on my computer but right now im on my phone. Maybe someone can post it up. I wish you can attach pics on the mobile version of FTE. Sure would be nice.
I've developed a battery drain on my early 99. The alternator is not warm in the morning, so I don't think its the cause. Disconnected auxillary lines I have connected to the battery and the trailer wiring at the rear bumper....battery still partially drains overnight.
Thinking it might be the GEM, although I don't have any of the erratic symptoms others have seen with a faulty GEM.
Is there a fuse I can pull that will kill power to the GEM or do I have to remove it as per the instructions at the beginning of this post? Would like to leave it disconnected overnight and see if there is any drain.
Early 99 F250 SuperCab PowerStroke 7.3 2x4
289k miles and rolling strong. 17/21 mpg
Muffler and CC delete A/C heater core mod
boost, tranny, egt gauges
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