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Old 03-22-2012, 12:13 AM
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Need help with the acronyms

Ok guys. I've got an 02 350 4x4 lariat. New to powerstrokes. Help me out with acronyms. Throw out whatever you got. Thanks in advance.


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Old 03-22-2012, 01:12 AM
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2x4 =Two Wheel Drive
4r100 =Automatic Transmission 4 Super Duty Trucks with a 7.3
4x4 =Four Wheel Drive
ABS =Anti-Lock Braking System
AC =Air Conditioning
AIC =Auxiliary Idle Control
APCM =Auxiliary Power train Control Module
ATF =Automatic Transmission Fluid
BARO =Barometric Pressure Sensor
BP =Back Pressure
CC =Crew Cab (4 door)
CCV =Crank Case Vent
CPS =Cam Positioning Sensor
DRW =Dual Rear Wheels
DTC =Diagnostic Trouble Code
DVOM =Digital Volt-Ohm Meter
EBP =Exhaust Back Pressure
EBPS =Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor
E4OD =Auto Transmission on Pre-'99 Ford Pickups
EEC =Electronic Engine Control
EGT =Exhaust Gas Temperature
EOT =Engine Oil Temperature
FPR =Fuel Pressure Regulator
GM =General Motors
GP =Glow Plug
GPR =Glow Plug Relay
GVWR =Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
HEUI =Hydraulic Actuated Electronic Controlled Unit Injector
HPOP = High Presure Oil Pump
IAT =Intake Air Temperature Sensor
IDM =Injector Drive Module
IMHO =In My Humble Opinion
IMO =In My Opinion
LB =Long Bed
MAF =Mass Air Flow Sensor
MAP =Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
OBS =Old Body Style
OD =Over Drive
OEM =Original Equipment Manufacturer
PCM =Power train Control Module
PCV =Positive Crankcase Ventilation
PDL =Power Door Locks
PM =Power Mirrors
PS =Power Stroke
PSD =Power Stroke Diesel
PTO =Power Take Off (winch)
PW =Power Windows
RC =Regular Cab
SB =Short Bed
SC =Super Cab (extended cab)
SRW =Single Rear Wheel
TC =Torque Converter or Transfer Case
TPS =Throttle Position Sensor
TSB =Technical Service Bulletin
TTM =Turbo Temp Monitor
WOT =Wide Open Throttle
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UVCH = Under Valve Cover Harness
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I knew this was on here somewhere - found it again!

Some good info for all 7.3 owners
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Old 03-22-2012, 07:54 AM
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Very cool. Most of these I know but some of them eluded me. I usually surf the forums in the morning over coffee but in time you will all discover that is not crowning achievement time of day for me.


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