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  1. dallis114
    12-15-2012 06:14 AM - permalink

    I have a 06 ford f250 and I have been reading posts about the ficm repair and saw where you stated that the ficm could be tested off the truck by using a battery and varying the load to simulate the injectors----also you were looking for schematics.

    I am an electrical tech and I have my ficm in the lab ----I did not see signs of solder joints cracked or needing any touch up but I did anyway. I wanted to know if you could explain a little more on how I can test the unit in the lab with varying the load---could I use light bulbs as loads?

    I have considered replacing the resistors and capacitors. I am not real sure on how to perform the test without it being connecting to the truck.

    Thanks in advance

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  • About theonlypheonix
    Northern IL
    Stealth Twin turbo and
    Mitsu 3000GT VR4
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
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    75,000 - 99,999
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    '05 F350, 6.0L PS, DRW, CC, lariat, 4X4, 158Kmi
    '93 Stealth, DOHC, TT, garage princess, just for fun
    '95 Olds 88 LSS, 295Kmi,retired, replaced by 05 Bonneville GXP (studded N*), 147K mi


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