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Old 06-24-2013, 04:14 PM
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Talked to Ford they said the part number is for mine is f7tz12a650sb. Going to call the yard tomorrow to see if they will give me the part number off the superduty or vin so I can find out from ford.
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It should unless it is from a California truck....
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I have to assume this is your sig truck that your working on. If so and it's a ZF5 like your sig says, I wouldn't bother with an auto PCM. It will start the truck, but you will get that horrible romp on start up that auto trucks get with bad range selectors and the PCM will not automatically fuel a little when you start engaging the clutch like a manual PCM does.
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I have to assume this is your sig truck that your working on. If so and it's a ZF5 like your sig says, I wouldn't bother with an auto PCM. It will start the truck, but you will get that horrible romp on start up that auto trucks get with bad range selectors and the PCM will not automatically fuel a little when you start engaging the clutch like a manual PCM does.
What about with his chip burnt for the manual? Will it over ride the auto PCM?
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What about with his chip burnt for the manual? Will it over ride the auto PCM?
Yes it will override and run correctly with the chip installed. It's not terribly hard to find manual PCMs though, so personally I'd put a manual PCM back in it.
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Old 06-24-2013, 09:01 PM
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Tight on money right now so might just have to go with the automatic one from the junkyard for $200 just to get the truck running so I can get it from the dealership. Found one on ebay for $473. Rockout had some for $117 but are sold out now. Wish I could find a remand for around $250
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