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Ok so i recently got a parts truck and it is a 1996 2wd Super Cab Dually 7.3 xlt Automatic truck. My truck is a 4wd 5 speed xl. What i am wondering is the parts truck has factory rke in it, so could i just replace my dash with the one out of that truck and plug all of the harnesses right up? I noticed a module behind the glovebox that said for dual wheel only. Will my truck have that module i could just plug in in its place? I guess to sum it up will it be plug and play?

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Aside from the automatic stuff yes, not sure of the drw harness/plug you mentioned tho

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What exactly do you mean when you say aside from the automatic stuff?

1995 F250 4X4 Zf5
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For anyone that reads this it is not a plug and play it requires quite a bit of re-pinning.

1995 F250 4X4 Zf5
  • TS 6 POS Power-Struck Tunes
  • 3" Silverline Dp to Straight Pipe
  • Custom E-Fuel/Regulated Return
  • 6637 Intake
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Which part requires re pinning? The auto has a Trans harness that controls it, where as the 5 speed does not

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2011 f150 ecoboost 4x4 323/452 on php dyno 11/16/13
1995 CCLB DRW 324K
2001 CCLB DRW 319K
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The tps is wired differently as well as the wiper control system. There are a few more interior things as well.

1995 F250 4X4 Zf5
  • TS 6 POS Power-Struck Tunes
  • 3" Silverline Dp to Straight Pipe
  • Custom E-Fuel/Regulated Return
  • 6637 Intake
  • Stage 2 180/100's
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