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injector drive module replacement

what is involved in replacing idm .is it plug and go, or is there any relearning involved. factory or aftermarket part?
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As far as I know there are no aftermarket suppliers of IDMs, but they are an engine specific part (you need to replace it with the same).

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IDM is plug and play, located in the drivers side fenderwell.....(front)

If you want a factory type unit, i would buy it from the dealer. If you want an upgraded, more powerfull unit, there are aftermarket options available. DO NOT use a junkyard unit unless it exactly matches the part number on the one that is on your truck...
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injector drive module replacement

the dealership tested the idm (to solve a engine cut out) it failed they want $1250.00 to replace module.clear codes and recheck for new codes. this sounds pretty expensive for something i can unplug and plug in a new one.
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I was under the impression 99.5-03 7.3 IDM's were the same.

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I was under the impression 99.5-03 7.3 IDM's were the same.
Yes and no...it may work, but there is differences.....i wouldnt try it. i know for a fact the van idm's are different, and i wouldnt put it past a junkyard to try to sell you one of those either...
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Exclamation idm replacement

the dealership wants $1250.00 to replace the module, if its as simple as unplugging the old one and plugging in the new one is that a rip off ? are the modules that expensive?
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DPS110 94.5-98 models
Replaces the following IDMs:
F5TF-12B599-AA
F5TZ-12B599-AA
F5TF-12B599-AB
F5TZ-12B599-AB
F6TF-12B599-AA
F6TZ-12B599-AA
F7TF-12B599-AA
F7TZ-12B599-AA
F7TF-12B599-AB
F7TZ-12B599-AB
F7TF-12B599-AC
F7TZ-12B599-AC
F7TF-12B599-AD
F7TZ-12B599-AD
F7TF-12B599-AE
F7TZ-12B599-AE
F7TF-12B599-AF
F7TZ-12B599-AF
F7TF-12B599-AG
F7TZ-12B599-AG


DPS120 99-03 models
Replaces the following IDMs:
2C24-12B599-AA
2C24-12B599-AB
XC3F-12B599-AA
XC3Z-12B599-AA
XC3F-12B599-AB
XC3Z-12B599-AB
XC3F-12B599-AC
XC3Z-12B599-AC
XC3F-12B599-AD
XC3Z-12B599-AD

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there ya go!!! just out of curiosity kevin, where did ya find that...

i always caution on the side of being over cautious so as not to spend someones money when there is an uncertanty...
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I replaced mine with a modded one and was told not to pay attention to #'s. Here is where I found it.
http://www.dipacodieselparts.com/html/idm.htm

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