Did you put the Dodge PCM in the truck. The ISB Auto/Manual ECM calibration shouldn't be changing much.
I only have the ECM thats mounted on the side of the block of the dodge electronics.
It sounds like the changes need to be made in the PCS 4R100 controller. Does it have definable shift points? What does the PCS controller use for input; TPS? I see the wire ties/splices coming from the TPS.
They guy only had 2 wires from the PCS running to the motor. TPS and RPM signal. I'm sure more of those wires need to be hooked up just not sure which ones. As for the shift points kinda whenever it wants to, nothing really definable. I believe you are on the right track it has to do with the pcs business. l will read through the book and intall program on to my computer so i can hook it up to see whats going on.
I have a manual harness but you don't need it. IIRC, the auto ECM/harness just has additional outputs to the PCM.
Pull that factory lift pump and fuel filter housing. Put a good lift pump or system on there like an AirDog. A small block chevy fuel pump cover will bolt-up to cover the hole that lift pump leaves on the side of the block.
It has a Industrial Injection VP44
Gauges? Do you have a fuel pressure gauge? You need one. If that stock lift pumps goes out and you don't see it you will be shopping for a new VP44 as well.
Yeah gauges are top priority. what would you recommend? analog or buy a chip that has digital read out?
Thanks for the help