Yes It will work. I have an auto pcm
as a spare for my Ford. If it is like mine, when you start it it will lope really bad for about ten seconds then come to a idle at about 500 rpms, it will have a very touchy throttle but is still drivable. If you have a chip for a manual, the chip will override the pcm
and it will act like a pcm
for a manual.
97 ford f-350 Powerstroke
6637, TS six position, Devils Own water/meth, DIY Exhaust brake, Pro-tech headache rack with Peterson LEDs, home made bumper, DIY leveling kit, CB radio with 3' Firestik, Home made Gauge pod, 2 10" kennwoods and power acoutstik 1250w.