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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-15-2011, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Under hood power distribution box

My dist box has a fuel pump relay and 20 amp fuse from the factory. Looks like it is wired for E-fuel . Does anyone know where the wires come out under the truck? TIA
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-15-2011, 06:18 PM
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Re: Under hood power distribution box

What year is your truck?

None of the OBS trucks were factory wired for e-fuel AFAIK. What fuse number is this?

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What year is your truck?

None of the OBS trucks were factory wired for e-fuel AFAIK. What fuse number is this?
Wonder if it could be fuse #22?

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Relay #2 is for the fuel pump on gassers, but is the IDM relay on our diesels.

Fuse #16 would be the fuel pump fuse for gassers but is not used in our trucks AFAIK. Maybe somebody stuck a fuse in there when something else failed, thinking that would solve something. But I don't think there are even any contacts in that position on our power distribution boxes.

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Re: Under hood power distribution box

That is it, relay 2 and fuse 16. Thank you.
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Maybe somebody stuck a fuse in there when something else failed, thinking that would solve something. But I don't think there are even any contacts in that position on our power distribution boxes.
I often use "ghost" fuse sockets like this as a place to store a spare fuse.
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Excuse me but what does IDM stand for?
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Injector driver module. I believe it tells the injectors when to inject and how long

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Excuse me but what does IDM stand for?
Any letters in green just put your mouse on them and wait a few seconds and a box will pop up saying that they stand for.

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