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Old 01-07-2010, 05:24 PM
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Question Auxiliary Idle Control MOD

help me out guys

i got a 94psd

i just got a ford idle module for it. i plug it in and it turns on and the lights flash as the functions are being used but it doesnt change the rpm of the truck at all.

i looked in the manual and the truck connector end has diffrent colored wires then what is stated...

so now im all confused
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Old 01-07-2010, 05:52 PM
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make sure it is in neutral or park and set e breake
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Old 01-07-2010, 05:55 PM
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checked that..

i have done all the following (which is in the manual)

set parking brake
netural for man trans
foot off clutch
foot off brake
foot off accelerator
brakes lights are connected and working
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Check the clutch pedal switch, i think it has to purposes, one for the clutch and one for pto,(This switch detects when the clutch pedal is depressed (manual transmissions) to disable the speed control system and PTO/raised-idle mode. Switch actuation occurs as the clutch is initially depressed prior to disengaging the transmission at the top of travel)
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hope you get it figured out...I've got one in my 96 f250...forgot how to use it...I need to read the manual again.............it looks good though
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Old 01-09-2010, 01:58 PM
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Check the clutch pedal switch, i think it has to purposes, one for the clutch and one for pto,(This switch detects when the clutch pedal is depressed (manual transmissions) to disable the speed control system and PTO/raised-idle mode. Switch actuation occurs as the clutch is initially depressed prior to disengaging the transmission at the top of travel)
my truck is a xl and doesnt have cruise, would the clutch switch still be dual purpose? the switch works for clutch depressed for start , is that enuff?

but either way i will look into it tonight.... im still worried tho that the wires being a diffrent color on the truck end then stated might be a problem.....
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