Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: kansas city
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no, the old info will not affect the new one. i am not saying yes, the pcm is your problem. i am saying the code that belongs to your pcm does not cause your problems.
there are 26 pcms for my year and motor and without the right one copied to the new one it will have problems.
if your pcm is the problem it is probably something with the hardware and not with the software, so to speak.
late 99 f250 7.3L 265k
4" lift, dual front shocks, adjustable air bags added to rear.
new calipers, brakes and rotors all around
rebuilt tranny with heavy clutches and shift kit. billet cowan converter.
finned front and rear diff. covers.
rhino liner bottom strips
cattle front bumper with 2" receiver, black steel rear bumper. 315/75/16 AT
4" straight pipe
Last edited by craig long; 02-14-2008 at 03:55 PM.