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Just as TxAG97 said, it takes some time to do it CORRECTLY. You do need to pull the fender liner a little bit to get the PCM out.
I had some 3M Adhesive Remover in my shop, and that seemed to work really well.I just put some on a rag, and wiped the contacts really carefully. Then I found somewhere on here that someone had used a BRASS BRUSH to SHINE up the contacts. That worked extremely well. The brush I used was just a cheapy from Harbor Freight that came with a steel and a plastic one as well
Watch when you take the PCM apart, that you DO NOT LOSE THE LITTLE BALL on the circuit board. I forgot and had to search for a while, cause it is really tiny.
1996 F-350 Crew Cab 2WD
Southern Comfort Conversion
7.3L with an E4OD
BFG Commercial Tires-I LOVE THEM
6.0L Trans Cooler
Upgraded Turbo Intake Housing and Compressor Wheel
DIY Intake with 6637 Filter
3" Stainless DP with 4" Stainless Exhaust
TS 6 Position Chip-Soon to be Reburned
Looking for a set of 3.55 gears if anyone has a decent deal or wants to swap.