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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-29-2017, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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PCM replacement (where to buy)

Can anyone tell me the best place on line to get a reliable PCM replacement for my 95, that you have had good luck with. Thanks
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Can anyone tell me the best place on line to get a reliable PCM replacement for my 95, that you have had good luck with. Thanks
What I have done is search for somebody parting out a 94.5-97 7.3. Any dpc 202 will work for the autos and any dpc 203 for manuals
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Re: PCM replacement (where to buy)

I got one for my 94 from RockAuto ($115 plus refundable core). You'll need a DPC-202 PCM for an automatic trans or a DPC-203 for a 5-speed truck as previously mentioned by jrdonicht. Cheers!

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Re: PCM replacement (where to buy)

I would only get a reman/core charge PCM if you _know_ your PCM is bad. If you don't you could be paying, effectively, to reman a perfectly good PCM. I would put that money into a PCM from a part-out truck as mentioned. If the truck still doesn't start, you still have a problem, but once that's solved, your money has gone into having a spare on hand for the future.
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