Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: upstate ny
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Neither of those fail suddenly. I can count on one hand the amount of 6.0 PCM's I've seen go bad, let alone suddenly. The FICM is a good idea in theory, but in practice they give you plenty of warning before leaving you stranded.
If you want to stock up on spares, an FICM, an alternator, glow plug rails, Degas bottle, and some hoses couldn't hurt. Not that you'd have to carry them with you, but keeping them at home is a good idea.
2005 Lariat CCSB F-350 SRW
300,000 miles and going strong
12" fabtech lift with 40" Xterrain's on M/T classic locks, Adjustable track bar, Bilstein 7100 reservoir shocks
Edge juice/attitude CTS, SCT with ID tunes, Snow meth. injection, Diamond eye 4" exhaust, 03 turbo, ARP studs, Sinister coolant filter
2010 stone seats/console, pioneer avic d3 with backup camera/bluetooth
Viair 450c compressor, dual 2.5 gallon tanks, air horns rated @115db