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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't know if it's the same as my D150. But it's pretty simple:
1) remove about six screws from under the upper lip of the dash face bessal and one under the overhand above the radio.
2) carefully jimmy the bessal straight out. It has about four spring trim-clips that will release under pressure.
3) this exposes the speedometer instrument cluster. It is one big assembly (speedometer, fuel, temp and elctrical guages, etc) attahed with about six #2 phillips face screws. Remove these.
4) There are three back contections on the cluster: two electronic and one mechanical. Carefully start to pull the cluster out along the steering column until you see the shift indicator control line ( a small fishing-line with a hook on the end) attached to a small steel flang on the base of the steering column. This can be unhooked with your fingers or needle-nose pliers.
5) as you pull the cluster further out you can reach behind and unplug the two electronic connections. The round one simply pulls straight out. The last (rectangular) one has a pinch latch you need to compress to allow the plug to come out.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
this should not have a emergency shut off they are on gas engines not diesel engines
if you have the electronic injectors it could be the shitch on the high pressuer oil pump is bad or other problems with high pressure oil system pump lack of oil in resovor ect also check all fuses and relays under hood these are not as user frendly as the older 7.3 s were good luck
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
when you get a code the PCM will keep that code and till it get easased. you need a scaner or disconect your battery for 1h. this should clear your codes. when the battery is disconected don't sit in your can. the air bags may deploy if you hit the steering collem or a sensor to hard. just let it sit. reatach your battery then try to start your truck. if the codes are still pressent you make need let the car sit for longer or bit the big one and get the shop to do it.
Posted on May 30, 2009
that fuse powers pcm fuel heater and some other things. when the fuse blows the pcm shuts down. causing it to not run. usually its the heater that is bad. it is located at the back driver side by the fuel pump. you can unplug it and see if it starts. if so you will need to replace the heater
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
its probly a stripped wire in the back wher the wires split 2 go 2 each side. check the red wire with wire tester 2 locate wher you have power up 2
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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