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Code 63, 31,32 hard codes, 12v at tps reference, 4.8v at egr reference. computer has been change, but do not know if it is correct one for truck. i have vin and number from computer if there is a way to match up.

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Yes you can call autozone they can give you the right vin for the computer.

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