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Old 01-08-2014, 07:24 AM
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Trying to ID chip company

I just bought a 2000 F250 and it came with a rotary know from a TS chip on the PCM. The PO had no idea who tuned, or what tune was in what position.


I've played with the knob a little bit, but havent pulled the ECU out to get serial numbers off of the chip itself just yet. Only info I can tell you is the rotary knob is a 12 position knob.

Does anyone know of any companies that offer a 12 position knob with their TS chips?


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David
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:10 AM
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Its not a 12 pos chip... Someone did not put the stop in it so its just going all the way around.

Its a 6 pos chip, and its doubtful you can find anything out about it. It will say TS on the chip, or ATS or DI or such... Printed on the board.
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:13 AM
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I need to install the stop on mine.. Tried searching around but didn't find much on how to do it. Is there a guide or a link on how to do it somewhere?
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Its not a 12 pos chip... Someone did not put the stop in it so its just going all the way around.

Its a 6 pos chip, and its doubtful you can find anything out about it. It will say TS on the chip, or ATS or DI or such... Printed on the board.
Not the info I was hoping for but useful none-the-less.


I'm also curious about the ability to install a stop, or if I should just buy another knob.
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:36 AM
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Not the info I was hoping for but useful none-the-less.


I'm also curious about the ability to install a stop, or if I should just buy another knob.
You can call any vendor that sells TS chips or call TS directly and ask them to send you a stop. There should be some directions on Google somewhere on how to install the stop.
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My rotary knob does the same thing I just noticed that the 7th pos returns to a lower tune and the rest of the positions do the same thing. I just never turn it past 6. (Spinal tap) 'but this one goes all the way to 12' lol. Didnt know about the stops being available thanks CSIPSD
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