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Old 06-30-2010, 05:37 AM
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Will a 99-03 IDM 120v work

In my 97 OBS? I currently have the F7TF12B599AA.

Looking at ordering from
http://www.edisacorp.com/p-793-idm-ford-diesel.aspx

I fear mine may have an issue, and seems most places won't take your core if it has issues and they charge you an arm/leg for it then.

They only charge $100 without the core. Would hate to spend the money to just get a stock one for a stock one if I could get a little increase for the same price.
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Old 06-30-2010, 06:04 AM
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Yep they will interchange.
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Yep, it'll work. I have a 120v in my truck, and even though it runs like crap it really helped it out. But the way i see it, is its 265 without a core, 165 with a core. I got mine for $100, and still have my stock one thats shot. But its used.
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Old 07-02-2010, 02:48 PM
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Where did you get yours from?
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I got mine from a buddy that runs a diesel performance shop. I believe he got it from a junk yard.
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Old 07-03-2010, 07:33 PM
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How do you know if the IDM is shot? Any symptoms or signs?
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With mine i was heading to work one morning, and stopped at a stop sign(weird, i know). When i went to take off it just stopped firing the passenger side bank. I had to go a couple miles to work, then 15-20 miles home with literally a inline 4. I got the "new" IDM, threw it on, and it fired right up and ran great. But i was about to replace the passenger side UVCH because we had no way to run a buzz test, and we never even thought that the IDM would go out. I was told IDM's do weird things when they go out, and mine sure did.
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