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Old 03-25-2007, 08:07 PM
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TS programmer problems

not sure if this is the right place to post but any way...... bought a 6pos TS for my '97 tree fitty, followed all the instructions, truck wouldn't start......... called tech support did everything over with tec on phone... "wait to start" light stays on, wouldn't start.
anyone ever have problems with TS, anything I should look for? I know they first question is going to be did I clean the connections off good enough, YES day be bling blingin'!!!
as far as the program in the chip I did sent it back and it was confirmed program was for my truck. Does it matter listed as '97, man. date of 8/96?
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Old 03-25-2007, 08:11 PM
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The man date might have something to do with it. Did you clean both sides of the connections.
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yes, pulled the computer out TWICE making sure the inside connections were nice and shiny also. I was told possible truck computer problem? if so why and how do I fix it?
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If it's a computer problem, you will probably have to replace it. But if it runs fine without the chip in it, I can't see it being the computer, some how there is a problem with the interface between the chip and the computer.

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The 94 - 97's use the same programming for all years. One program for auto's, one program for manuals. It's only when you get into the Super Duties does each year/transmission combo have different programming.
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