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Got the dredded P0611 code

So how much longer before my FICM goes kaput? I know there is a guy that everyone talks about who rebuilds them, contact info or website please? Also can he retune it to the PHP "updated" tune for increased HP and FE while he has it or do I have to send it to them?

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Don't wait on it. The last ficm I put in the guy kept putting off his appointment and eventually ended up getting towed in a week after he was supposed to show.

It's impossible to say how long a ficm will last but once it's on it's way out that's it
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Does that code pretty much mean FICM or could it be anything else? I just had to replace the batts about a month ago and the truck has not had one issues starting or even acting up at all. I honestly only caught it cause I check for codes once a month. Truck still runs great but I don't need no tow bill thats for sure.
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do you have any way of checking your ficm voltage? either a scan tool or a voltmeter on the ficm?
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I will do it tomorrow. I got to change my oil tomorrow so the hood will be up anyways. I will get back with you on the voltages. Its with Key On, Cranking, and Running am I right?
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