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Old 12-03-2012, 11:27 PM
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FICM insulators/cushions.

I had a bad weekend with my truck last weekend, seems like the ficm puked on me. When I began to remove it from the truck I noticed that there are no cushion pads or Isolators, I don't know what they are called officially, but i'm talking about the 4 round holes, 2 on opposite sides of the ficm. Should there not be some rubber grommet, something?? I am second owner of this truck, and only had it to Ford once for egr cooler, covered under warranty. Am I missing them, and is there a p/n for them??
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Depends on the year truck, the 03-early 04 had the isolators right on the FICM, the late 04-07's had them on the bracket that the FICM mounts to.

See page 5 of this PDF link.

http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articl...FICM_Guide.pdf


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If you have 03-04, here you go. They are expensive. You can try sunrise, and autofair, they are site supporters.

Ficm grommets - 8 total 9c150/ab
Ficm bushings - 4 total 9c151/aa




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If you have 03-04, here you go. They are expensive. You can try sunrise, and autofair, they are site supporters.

Ficm grommets - 8 total 9c150/ab
Ficm bushings - 4 total 9c151/aa




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I am gonna be getting these.
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I noticed the same thing on my 06 until i realized they are on the mounting bracket as stated above. You can tell real easy by just grabbing the FICM and moving it a litttle.
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Thanks, that link was of great help! Now just to wait for some time and better weather to continue on with my truck.
The pics of the isolators and years/difference was good, but the additional info as to how it all works was great reading, especially since I am having ficm difficulties. Hopefully Bulletproof Diesel's 58V 6 phase ficm repair does the trick.
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Thanks, that link was of great help! Now just to wait for some time and better weather to continue on with my truck.
The pics of the isolators and years/difference was good, but the additional info as to how it all works was great reading, especially since I am having ficm difficulties. Hopefully Bulletproof Diesel's 58V 6 phase ficm repair does the trick.
When you get the bpd 58v 6 phase in plz do a review. Id love to go this route but a bit tight with the cash.... and write me up as jelous
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Will do!! I have been thinking about doing the ficm for a while now.
Now I have to do it, don't have a choice. BPD just feels like the way to go for me!!
My other thought was "Swamp Diesel" or "Inovative Diesel", but they need cores or don't want ficm's that have been messed with, which mine has.
Supposedly gonna be up and running Dec 10. Hopefully review by the 15th.
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I noticed the same thing on my truck. Even with the isolators on the bracket, i wanted to add some to the FICM itself. Here is the link to my thread talking about it and what I ended up doing.

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When you get the bpd 58v 6 phase in plz do a review. Id love to go this route but a bit tight with the cash.... and write me up as jelous
Got the ficm on Friday Dec 7. Great delivery time by FEDEX!! Three days from Arizona, USA to Barrie, Ontario, Canada. I got the FICM and two BPD shirts too!
They give you freebies when you spend a minimum amount of money.
I opened up the package and went through the instructions. Now the FICM is completely re-assembled. Just have to wait till Sunday to install it. Pics and stuff coming soon.
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