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post #1 of 10 Old 10-28-2006, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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I am trying to determine if I need to match the numbers on my IDM to any 99 and up module? Or will any 99 and up IDM work in 2002 7.3 PSD? Thanks in advance
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1999 to 2003 are all compatible. You just need to check to make sure its the same number under part number. example 110 or 120 has to be the same as yours
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can you guys tell me where the IDM is located or atleast the wiring harness for it? ive heard that sometimes the wires come loose or screw up and sometimes disconnecting them and reconnecting them can help. any help or advice is appreciated!
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The IDM is located in the fender well on the drivers side. its up under the back side where the fender meets the driers door.. pull back the splash shield and look up. I have one at home, what is yours a 110 or a 120, I will check mine if thats your problem.

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ok cool, ill check it out as soon as i can and ill get back to you. Thanks.
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I think I am going to check My IDM too I am losing all motor functions (well they are erratic) at 50 MPH and above then it dies

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My truck is not running at all. I replaced the CPS, which didn't work and so I got a reman IDM online. I tried it, but it still won't start. Then I noticed they sent me a 110 rather than a 100 (truck is a 95). Will that matter, or would the truck at least fire with the 110?

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I found My problem was My Fuel pump I guess thatll do it. I bought a cheap fuel pressure guage and that made a big difference

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Crewcab short bed
Ranchhand front and rear replacement
460 cu. in.
Bored .060 over
JE Pistons
Forged Conn. rods
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Thin Headgaskets
Stainless Steel Valves
Heads Ported And Polished
Custom Comp Cams Grind
Previous owner said Dyno was 551.6 on the ground in 2wd'
Gets 8 MPG max
38 gallon rear replacement tank form LMC
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all IDM's work for all 94 1/2 - 2003
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Originally Posted by bigblockdiesel View Post
all IDM's work for all 94 1/2 - 2003
Just to verify, automatic or stick shift, **ANY** IDM works in **ANY** 94 1/2 to 03 7.3, correct? No other considerations, just 7.3 PSD engine type and the included years?
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