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Old 07-28-2013, 11:00 AM
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Turns off OBD and other emission-related monitoring wire from ford under the dash.

hi everyone, 13 f-350 crew cab dually 6.7 4x4
52ft 3x race trailer
I read all post and desided to join and ask a few questions.
does the link and information from ford tell us in a round about way how to bypass the DPF and other emission sensative items?
Is this the start to a poor mans DPF delete with out a $1500.00 programmer.
Has anyone tried this?
https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas...tml/Q180R3.pdf

page 5 reads the following.

INPUT (VPWR) PTO
REQUEST2
• PCM Pin C1232B-4 Circuit No. CE933 Wire Color: Blue/Orange
• Applying vehicle battery voltage to this wire begins Live Drive PTO Mode.
• Signals TorqShift™ transmission to enter Live Drive mode.
• Verifies safety enablers.
• Turns off OBD and other emission-related monitoring.
• Invokes the PTO relay when safety enablers are met.
• Still requires valid resistance on PTO_RPM input for system to function
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Old 07-28-2013, 11:11 AM
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I will PM you.
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I will PM you.
Well shoot PM me as well?? If ya don't mind.
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Old 07-29-2013, 04:39 AM
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Nevermind I read to fast, I thought he was talking about a programmer.

Interesting though. I would programmer it instead of hack the wires.
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This would be really cool if it worked!. The hack was from Ford all along!

I doubt if will though.
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It disables regen's while extended use of the PTO function.
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