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Exclamation Idm Help!

Ok i was getting ready to do the IDM mod and the closest resistor i have 68k and an 82k....will this hurt it any if i use either one? And by the way mine are carbon filmed but i didnt thank that would matter

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yeah both of those are the wrong resistor you'll have to pull the inner finder down on the driver side to see what idm you have first to see wich idm you have. here is the instructions https://www.thedieselgarage.com/forum...ad.php?t=34377
but be careful you can fry the idm and have to get another one.

IDM-100 uses a 75.0k Ohm (75,000 ohm) 1/2 watt 1% tolerance Metal Film resistor
IDM-110 uses a 75.0k Ohm (75,000) 1/2 watt 1% tolerance Metal Film resistor
IDM-120 uses a 73.2k Ohm (73,200) 1/2 watt 1% tolerance Metal Film resistor
dieslpower97 seems to know quite a bit about it if you want to talk to him send him a p.m.

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ive got everything out and know which resistor i need but i was wondering if the ones i have would do close to the same thang or what?

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the way i understand it the ones you have would'nt send it enough pulse and the other would be to much. i just got back from radio shack and i couldn't even find the right one there.

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Radio Shack only stocks the really common components but they can order almost anything. You can also check with an electronics repair shop. Keep in mind the IDM is a very expensive part so proceed with caution.
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yeah i went to radio shack and i dont think they could order a 1% tol. but i decided to wait till i got the right one

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yeah i went to radio shack and i dont think they could order a 1% tol. but i decided to wait till i got the right one
Order it from http://www.digikey.com/ and take the guess work out of it, pluss running around town isn't cheap when diesel in $3.33 a gallon. issed:
Be very specific with the resistor because IDM's aren't cheap.

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