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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-02-2006, 12:59 AM Thread Starter
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7.3L PCM Needed

Looking for a PCM, for my 1997 F-250. Code TDE1. Let me know if you have somethin'!

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I have one sitting here that is code MLE0. The the TDE1 code for an auto or 5spd?

1996 F250, 219K miles, manual tranny. Beans Diesel Stage 1 injectors, 5 position chip, homemade intake, 5 in. straight pipe exhaust.
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Rich's truck is an auto.
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2008 Dodge 2500 Mega Ram, SLT, Powered by a little 'ol 408 cubic inch six cylinder!!!

Chrysler's warranty = Not worth the paper it is printed on!!!

Gone, but not forgotten!!!
1997 FORD F-250 HD
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3.55's, E4OD, 4wd, Dana 60 swap, 3" Sky RSK, 315/70/17's on Racelines.
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I thought any PCM would work, you are having it reflashed anyways, correct?
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I thought any PCM would work, you are having it reflashed anyways, correct?


:shrug: Not sure which ones can actually work. Jody and I just looked at the code on the PCM and figured on looking for the same code.



Why? Have somethin' laying around???

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I have an early 99 pcm (XLE8)...but I really don't know if it will work in an OBS truck or not.
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Auto pcm's can be used in manual trucks, but manual pcm's can't be used in auto trucks because there are no shift points in the programming. 99+ pcms can be used in OBS trucks, but OBS pcm's can't be used in 99+ because of the different injectors.

1996 F250, 219K miles, manual tranny. Beans Diesel Stage 1 injectors, 5 position chip, homemade intake, 5 in. straight pipe exhaust.
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