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I found an auxiliary idle controller for my truck, but don't have the wiring harness. My truck is a 94.5 F350 CCLB and doesn't have the OBD II connector. I figure that my options for high idle are limited and decided to try it. Anyone have something I can go by, to get it directly wired?

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There you go. That is the entire AIC manual. Hope it helps.
 

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The AIC doesn't use the OBDII connector, it plugs into a different connector. (There likely is an OBDII connector by the way but it's hidden under the dash close to the passenger side)

On the 94.5's you'll need to get the PCM reflashed or else the AIC won't work. I got mine reflashed at DP Tuners, that "woke up" the AIC connector as well as the OBDII.
 

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The AIC doesn't use the OBDII connector, it plugs into a different connector. (There likely is an OBDII connector by the way but it's hidden under the dash close to the passenger side)

On the 94.5's you'll need to get the PCM reflashed or else the AIC won't work. I got mine reflashed at DP Tuners, that "woke up" the AIC connector as well as the OBDII.

I just got the pcm flashed on Friday... Should be good to go...
 

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My truck is a 94.5 F350 CCLB and doesn't have the OBD II connector.

I stand corrected! Never thought to look under the glovebox!
 
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