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Old 01-24-2014, 10:52 PM
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need an IDM module for my 2003 Ford F-350 7.3 Diesel Duelly 4X4. any one got one or can get me a deal ? my truck looks all unhappy sitting outside all not running and stuff.
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Old 01-24-2014, 10:56 PM
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Old 01-24-2014, 11:26 PM
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yep brand spanking new. new injection wiring harnesses valve cover gaskets and clips also.
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Shitty, pull the old one out from the fender well, sometimes you can open them up an dry it out, re seal it.
It sits In a shitty spot.


It's an expensive part, but without it your truck is a paperweight.



Just did one in a buddy's truck.
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295.00 exchange Doug he's got them
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Old 01-27-2014, 12:33 AM
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Check the oil level in your HPOP if its a 7.3 I almost got stung for a pump and it was the oil level.
Truck wouldn't start Ford told me it was the HPOP and a local guy told me it was the IDM and really all it needed was a cup of oil.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:01 PM
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i borrowed an idm for a bud to try in it and no difference although its a different model number and only 100 and mines a 120 .

longhorn where dd you add the cup of oil??
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The powerstrokes are hydraulic injectors Doug, by that, which he means is check your oil level, they have a safety shutoff if your low on oil the truck won't run,
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The powerstrokes are hydraulic injectors Doug, by that, which he means is check your oil level, they have a safety shutoff if your low on oil the truck won't run,
They also won't fire if ur engine doesn't crank over fast enough must hit a certain rpm before it will fire the injectors
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ok checked the hpop oil was i tiny bit down so i topped it up but just a few drops
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CPS be the next cheapest thing to try.
They go all the time Ive changed 3 on my 02, I pack a extra one and a 10 mm wrench.
Fairly easy to change
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Check this out.

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k im so frustrated . now so ive replaced batts injector harnesses clips idm module cps and no start. so what else is there? i need new cloud , mines to black.
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