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Old 05-01-2009, 03:03 AM
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six gun wiring diagram

Howdy everyone I did a good one and pulled the wires out of the plug of my six gun module on my 01 7.3 Does anyone out there have a picture of the plugs or a wiring diagram. thanks a lot
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anyone out there that can give me a hand.
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Howdy everyone I did a good one and pulled the wires out of the plug of my six gun module on my 01 7.3 Does anyone out there have a picture of the plugs or a wiring diagram. thanks a lot
Where did you pull the wires from? The harness on the back of the Six-Gun, the wires to the MAP sensor, or the ICP?
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on the back of the six gun
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time for a new tuner?
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on the back of the six gun
I couldn't find a schematic for the Six-Gun in my owner's manual, I'll pull apart my column mount tomorrow & check the wires for ya!
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time for a new tuner?
Tuner? It's more like an expensive 10k, 5.6k mod. I use it with my TW for torque, but it's frying my ICP sensor(oil leakage). I'm in the process of getting rid of it.
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Hey thanks a lot, about the new tuner part I just bought it used and was in to much of a hurry .

that's interesting about your icp sensor leaking it is leaking on our 02 (our other work truck). It has 170K on it and don't know previous history but I'm know it had a chip of some kind (cover was cut open to computer). I expect it will be changed soon.

Oh and yes I want to get a tw or dp tuner some time but this was cheep and figured it was a start.
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Hey thanks a lot, about the new tuner part I just bought it used and was in to much of a hurry .

that's interesting about your icp sensor leaking it is leaking on our 02 (our other work truck). It has 170K on it and don't know previous history but I'm know it had a chip of some kind (cover was cut open to computer). I expect it will be changed soon.

Oh and yes I want to get a tw or dp tuner some time but this was cheep and figured it was a start.
Oh, I wasn't trying to bash your Six-Gun in any way. The only 2 problems with the Six-Gun are 1- it can stack with any chip or programmer, but it only seems to work really good with the Big Hoss module, which isn't worth buying if you're looking for a big HP gain. & 2- like any 10K or 5.6K mod, they just seem to burn through ICP sensors over a short period of time & can cause other problems if you stand on the fuel constantly. On top of it all, the Six-Gun alone is only good for 62hp tops. I hear you on getting a start on getting your rig rolling, but Banks is a little on the conservative side. As for your work truck, it's unlikely a chip or programmer caused the leak. The ICP sensor is just known to go over time. It's on the expensive side to buy the sensor, but replace it when you can. You'll be very happy when you get your hands on a DP or TW. I've heard nothing but good stories about DP & Jody & Diane are excellent help. I love my TW & Tony's a great guy to deal with as well.
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