Explorer: Testing the TPS (throttle position sensor). ECM code 124

By Mark Strickland These instructions are for a 1992 Ford Explorer with the 4.0L MFI engine.  Other years of this generation should be similar. Preface: Code 124 is stored in the Electronic Control Module (ECM) continuous memory when the TPS signial is higher than it should be as compared to the MAP/MAF/BARO/ACT sensor signals. If […] More »

  Comments | By - July 30, 2004

1993 F150 Superchips install: Detailed

I have written these as an alternative to removing the driver’s side kick-panel and the parking brake/hood release support bracket to get to the ECU on my 1993 F150. That method looked way too involved, so I decided to remove the ECU through the firewall from the engine compartment. Here’s how I did it: If […] More »

  Comments | By - July 29, 2004

Overview: Installing a Superchips chip in a 1993 F150

<><>By Neal Osburn (To purchase a Superchips performance chip, click here.) Locate the computer code Things you’ll need: 1/2" wrench to remove battery cable 11 mm open-end wrench Ratchet (1/4" & 3/8" drive probably) 5.5 mm socket 8 mm socket 10 mm socket Pry bar Card connector cleaning supplies   Recommended items: T-10 & T-12 […] More »

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Converting Your Expedition or F150 Lighting System to Utilize Daytime Running Lights

  By Chris Coleman For those that have toyed with the idea of putting DRLs on their trucks, here’s a cheaper way to do it. These instructions are going to allow you to either use the headlights and/or the fog lights as your DRLs. Granted, you don’t get the time delay feature that the DRL […] More »

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One Wire Delco alternator Installation In A Classic Ford Truck

By William Dahn (Editor’s Note: This article details installation of a Delco 1 wire alternator in a 1966 F-100 with a 352 V8. Installation should be similar for any 1961 – 1979 F-series truck.) MOTIVATION: The first and for me the most obvious question I had to answer before starting this project was "Why"? For […] More »

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