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Old 07-14-2014, 12:44 PM
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Anyone happen to have an 96-97 EVTM?

Ordered one the other day and it hasn't arrived.

Was hoping you could cross check the following info for a 97 F350, 7.3, manual trans.

Accelerator Pedal Position Switch:
Grey/White is APP Sensor Signal
Black/White is Signal Return APP
Brown/White is Reference Voltage APP

IVS Switch:
Brown is Voltage (Hot in Start or Run)
Red/Orange (Idle Switch)

Thanks a bunch!
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Old 07-14-2014, 03:24 PM
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i would ask matt (bigfuel) he seems to be able to get all that info
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Old 07-14-2014, 06:30 PM
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Here you go, from the 1997 EVTM:

Accelerator Pedal Position Switch:

Grey/White is APP Sensor Signal (PCM connector pin 89)

Black/White is Signal Return APP (PCM connector pin 24). In the 97 EVTM this is called a ground and in 96 and earlier years would have been the Signal Return (Grey/Red) tied in with the other sensors to PCM connector pin 91, but in 97 it was split out separately for some reason.

Brown/White is Reference Output Voltage (PCM connector pin 90)

IVS Switch:

Brown is Voltage (Hot in Start or Run) from underdash fuse 3

Red/Orange (Idle Switch) from PCM connector pin 5 (for Federal 49-state trucks) or PCM connector pin 10 (for 1997 Cali trucks except Super Duty)

Hope that helps! Cheers!
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Old 07-14-2014, 08:57 PM
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Patrick and Terry,

Thanks for your help! Got it figured out and everything is good to go.
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