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94.5 to 96 dash swap no fuel pedal

Yesterday I swapped out my dash with a parts truck I recently bought to do an interior swap (both PSD). After a few hours I think, although I'm still chasing a few little things. I have no wipers and the fuse blows immediately as you turn the key, the steering column I swapped in was out of an auto mine is not I swapped all that stuff over and the column seems to be seized now. It was not before, I drove both trucks. The most immediate concern and reason for me posting is the lack fuel pedal. The truck idles and fires right up, but there is no response from the fuel pedal. I did swap the pedal from the 96 to the 94.5 bc the connector was different. I'm wondering if this has something to with the blown fuse or I'm chasing a different gremlin. I'm kind of hoping someone has ran into this before. I read via google that possibly could be caused by the tps sensor wire needs to be spliced into a different wire?


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So you swapped a 96 automatic dash into your 94.5 (just want to make sure I have that correct)? Did you also swap the 96's underdash harness in as well? Cheers!

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Yes I installed the 96 dash harness into the 94.5. The 96 is a auto, 94.5 is a manual. I'm not swapping the trannies just the dash. When I pulled it I seem the harness was all hacked on the 94.5 so I figured I'd just put the harness out of the 96 in.


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The pinouts on the big firewall connector (C202) are different between the two years. You would need the EVTMs from both years to trace it all out. Here's an excerpt from a post on another forum I did similar to this, but between a 94.5 and a 97: 94.5 idles but no throttle - PowerStrokeNation : Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

Not sure if he ever got it going or not (but you get the drift). Cheers!

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Alright thanks for the info man, I'm probably going to pull the dash harness back out and swap in the right harness. I don't really have the money for both manuals right now plus if there is that many changes that need to be made it might be better to fix the right harness. When you say splice the harness, could I trace the wire to the pin in the connector and move it to the correct location for the 94 if I decide to make this harness work?


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You could do that, but I would probably be inclined to use the 94's harness (if it was good before). Cheers!

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I'm thinking that's probably the best idea. Thanks so much for all the help, probably won't get over there til the weekend.


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