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Should I do a o6e17 control module recalibration
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Should I do a o6e17 control module recalibration
That is an OLD program released by FoMoCo exclusively on 2003 engines. How did your truck go through five years not having this addressed yet?

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That is an OLD program released by FoMoCo exclusively on 2003 engines. How did your truck go through five years not having this addressed yet?
just bought this truck so idk how it wasn't done it is having problems surging forwards and idling up and down so will tis help it if not what do I need to do
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just bought this truck so idk how it wasn't done it is having problems surging forwards and idling up and down so will tis help it if not what do I need to do
The symptoms you describe point almost SQUARELY at an ICP sensor and wiring pigtail connector in need of replacement. But without more information, that would only be an educated guess on my part. How exactly do you know that you have 06E17 open on your truck? And no, updating the PCM calibration to the current level likely won't repair the issue you describe, but it is definitely recommend you bring it in, to have it done regardless.

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So where can I get this done? And for how much
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Any Ford dealer. As far as how much, I can't tell you. It depends on what the hourly labour rate is, at the dealers in your geographical location. I shouldn't really be telling you this, but if you manage to find a tech that has access to an IDS, he might be willing to do it for you, for CASH reimbursement if you know what I mean.

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