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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-10-2018, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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NAW6 DPC-202 PCM -- Advice Needed

I had my garage do some work to my truck which involved removing the wiring harness to the PCM. When they went to plug it back in the pushed on of the pins into the unit and bent another [photo attached]. This process took a day to isolate. Shifts were really hard and overdrive off light was blinking. Eventually found the pin issue and while I was able to bend the one back, I broke the one that was pushed into the box. Is there a way I can fix this pin? Is there a conductive epoxy I could use to reestablish the pin. It's pin 6 on the bottom row. It broke off in the blue backing.
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Re: NAW6 DPC-202 PCM -- Advice Needed

If it the orientation is the way that I think that it is that pin is #84 which goes to the Baro sensor under the dash If it is flipped over it is pin #21 which isn't used.

The Baro sensor is used to determine how long the glow plugs stay on along with the engine oil temperature sensor.

It is repairable but you would need to send it out to one of the companies that do PCM repairs. I would just put it back in and see what happens first before sending it in.
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Re: NAW6 DPC-202 PCM -- Advice Needed

Thank you. It appears to be pin 84. Do you think I'd do any damage running it like this?
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Re: NAW6 DPC-202 PCM -- Advice Needed

It shouldn't as far as the engine running or transmission. As I mentioned the Barometer sensor is used by the PCM along with the EOT (engine oil temperature) sensor to determine how long the glow plugs stay on. So if anything is going to be affected it will be the glow plugs on cold starts.

In the meantime you can check around to find a shop that does PCM repairs and talk to them about getting it fixed properly.

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