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Where do I find my PCM Code, I have a 00 F250 and am thinking of ordering a TW chip. Thanks
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You need to look on the PCM it self. sometimes you can see the code by looking at the back of the PCM by the e brake cable. Otherwise take a 10 mil socket and pull the PCM out through the engine bay.

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I thought they pulled out from in the cab? the bolt and plug are in the engine bay but you actually pull it from the cab correct? I got my php tunes on the way waiting for them but will install as soon as here ive always thought and looked like on a 00 thats what i got too it comes from the cab towards seat after lose.

also get a really small mirror and flash light and you gotta climb in the engine bay and shine down below the master cylinder and the sticker is on the driver side towards fender. Your looking for a 4 digit number with 3 letters and 1 number i believe. easiest way is to shine light down and have a little mirror you can maneuver around and get your number its a pain tho for sure lol unless you wanna pull it out just to get the number.....

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You pull the PCM out through the cab. Unbolt the harness with a 10mm socket against the firewall in the engine bay. Then it's two 7mm screws holding the cover on the PCM in the cab IIRC. The code will be on the sticker on the back side of the PCM.

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its prob a NVk4 I think it is...

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its prob a NVk4 I think it is...
Thats what mine was and Im a 2000 as well.

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OK Thanks will do.
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