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I need to have my ficm reworked who should I use
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post #2 of 7 Old 03-25-2012, 07:52 PM
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No one. Go to international and get one. 1/3 the price of ford.....

You will have to change in the lot to save the core charge but you will be less than 200 if you do it that way....

Some of the guys on here are paying 100s to have someone FIX a Ford FICM.

I need to get my hands on a half shell and learn to fix one myself to make some bux!

There is a swamps 58V on my truck but I didnt pay for it and never would.

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I have never heard a bad review of FICMrepair.com. That is where i will be sending mine if it ever goes out. Then look at sending it to PHP to get tuned, you won't regret it.
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I would also like to do the 58 volt upgrade
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I would also like to do the 58 volt upgrade
I have a TAD of better throttle responce from it thats it. They say more HP but never dyno tested vs 48v.

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Repaired FICM

I did a lot of research on FICM repair issues and I am very mechanical, so I wasn't worried about trying to repair my FICM DIY. However after reading the posts on several reputable repair services I decided to let someone else do it for me. Often times it is more than just the soldered joints that go bad and I was more concerned with getting my truck running ASAP. I chose to try Ed at FICMrepair.com. The service was great and the work was quality. He replied to my email and returned my phone call the same day. He even gave me a few tips to help the with longevity of the module. I sent the unit overnight on Monday at 3:00pm, they repaired it Tuesday and overnighted it back on Wednesday. I plugged it in and tightened it down and my truck was working again and throwing no codes by Thursday at 11:30 am. I am more than pleased with the service and Ed was great. I would recommend to anyone to give him a try.
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I used Ed at FICMRepair.com as well. I was very pleased with his service.

2005 6.0 F-250 - Upgraded FICM by FICMRepair.com - 4" MBRP Exhaust - PMM Coolant Filtration System - Zoodad Mod - CCV Mod
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