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Old 01-02-2014, 12:48 PM
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PCM cross refference

Hey guys, I am new to this forum but not to forums in general. I have a 96 F250 Powerstroke 4x4 auto E40d. My PCM has gone out on me and I am having a really hard time finding a replacement. It is DPC-202 F6TF-12A650-AYE. My question is what other PCMs will work for my truck. Thanks in advance.
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It's the four-character (XXX9) PCM code on the sticker behind the parking brake assembly that counts. This: PCM Codes - 1994-1997 Power Stroke FAQ might help.
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Thanks. I already pulled the pcm out, is the sitcker on the pcm or in the truck behind the parking brake assembly?
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on the pcm, Should be something like TEE5 or SOD4 or ALF6 or BEG5
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Check with RockAuto as they many times have them for a decent price (see this link for Standard Motor Products EM1412). If yours hasn't been reflashed at some point, it should be an NAW4 code (based on the F6TF-AYE. The main thing is you need another DPC-202 (Federal trucks with an E4OD tranny) PCM with a NAW4 or later code (such as NAW5 or NAW6) even earlier codes could be reflashed to the latest Federal Auto code. Here's a good reference for you: PCM Codes

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