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Old 07-10-2014, 08:00 AM
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hey fellas , got a obs truck in the shop with the ipr circuit burnt out of the pcm, can not seem to find a computer , truck is a 1996 , ford says its unavailable , they want too much at one of these pcm repair facilities , just thought id see if anybody here knew where one was at or had one

the numbers I have are dpc-202 TEE5 ford number is f5tf-12a650-bjf

any help would be appreciated
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TEE5 ...-BJF indicate a 1995 PCM. If I were guessing, I'd say the 1996 equivalent would be a NAW5 F6TF-12A650-AYF . But double-check the model year, based on the VIN. But any non-California truck automatic PCM should work. PCM codes are here: PCM Codes - 1994-1997 Power Stroke FAQ . You could try Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market , but the stoopid site design does not let you select mutiple options in a single search.

Check the classifieds, part-out section esp., here and at the other PSD-related forum sites.
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I paid $150 from Napa to have my PCM rebuilt when I burned it out last september... Mind you this was through Napa Canada but worth a shot... Ford wanted $900 for a PCM for my MLE1 pcm
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That would be my advice as well. I got one for my 94 from them. Then they were $115, now they $118 plus $68 refundable core IIRC. Cheers!
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thanks for all the input guys , I cant believe a pcm has been this hard to get my hand s on , thanks again, ill look into some of your ideas
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Did you determine whether the truck is a 1995 or 1996?
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yea def a 1995 model, id say a 1996 or even a 97 auto trans pcm would work , around here nobody has any of these truck in the parts yards
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PCM is easy to ship. Just get on car-part.com and search by distance. Bummer with car-part.com is that you can't search for multiple options in one search, you have to keep going back to your search, and pick another PCM type. IIRC, the part name in the drop-down is "Engine Computer".
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