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re flashin needed or what???

i had my truck runnin trying to diag some problems i had the door locks were locking and unlockin by themselves but when i touch the gas pedal they stopped and started again after i left off the gas pedal so i restarted the truck the locks stopped but than there was no gas pedal i also had no cluster gauges didnt work at all then while i was messing with the gas pedal my chip cord got wrapped around it as i pushed the gas pedal and the chip was pulled out of the ecu while truck was runnin and it immediately shut off the truck now i go to start the truck and it just cranks i have a tw chip the only lights that light up on the dash are my battery light and air bag light was told by a couple ppl that when the chip was pulled out it prolly cleared or theft locked the computer so all it should need is a reflash and the chip re burnt any help???
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If the chip was ripped out of the ECU, I'm guessing you have a 7.3. If the truck was doing strange things before the chip was pulled, it may be more than reflashing. I've seen a few trucks eat the ECU because of chips.

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