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Pcm code

I sure this is out there somewhere but how do I find out my Pcm code and where is it
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Nobody just trying to figure if a used chip will work on my truck but most have a code that thy will work on but I don't know my code or how to get it
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On the side of the PCM?


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I don't know that's why I am asking . Where is the Pcm ?
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OOOOHHHHH ok. Beside the parking brake. Just a box in a plastic cradle.


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Diesel Movies - I install a DPTuner F5 chip in my buddies truck. Positions were Stock hi idle 60tow 80econo 120 race 140smoke.

Watch the video, it shows you how/where to remove the PCM.

Mine had the sticker in 2 places, on the part of the PCM plug in the firewall, and on the plastic cover you have to remove to install the chip.
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The PCM is down by the emergency brake pedal. Simply unbolting it won't help you much. On the other side of the firewall there's a large plug with a rather huge bundle of wires going into it. The plug is held in place by a 10 mm bolt. You have to loosen that bolt and unplug the PCM before you can take it out. This plug is a bit difficult to get if you have big hands and arms.

Once you get the plug off the code is actually readable if you have good eyesight and a mirror. You can get to it easier if you unbolt the fuse box. You can also unbolt the fender and pull it to the side. I didn't need to do that to get to the PCM, just removing the fuse box was enough for me.

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Thanks for the help
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confusion along the same lines here. i hear the PMT1's came our around 01? and then i dont recall the model, but there was one for the e-99.

anyway, in my org searches i cant find what PCM a late 99 or 00 would have... does anyone have a simple year to truck (f250 and 350 only, not amblance, etc.) chart? i ahev an auto.

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U really should pull it so you know FOR SURE which PCM is in it. It it ever had one fail, or a PO upgraded it, a different one may have been used.
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