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Alliant Power FICM for Ford (2003) 6.0L Power Stroke Superduty/Excursion

Pre Programmed Fuel Injection Control Module FICM fits 2003 Ford 6.0L Superduty & Excursion with engine build date before 9-21-2003. Replaces OEM Part # 4C3Z12B599ABRM. Comes with a 12 month / 15,000 mile Limited Warranty.

Pre-Programmed and Ready to Install!
OEM replacement FICMs are expensive, and they come un-programmed and must be programmed by the installer prior to vehicle operation, which is a difficult and costly task for most independent repair facilities or the do-it-yourself customer. These Alliant remanufactured FICM's are 100% torn down, upgraded and fully tested on a vehicle simulator. Once each unit passes initial testing, they are pre-programmed with the appropriate vehicle software and are ready for installation and operation. All you have to do is install it and drive it away.

Finding Your 6.0L Engine Build Date:
The most accurate way to get the correct FICM is by looking at the Engine Data Sticker that is located on the passenger side valve cover. It will either have a date on it like this: "June 12th, 2003", or a date code in the DDMMYYYY format like this: "12062003". An OASIS report or a service work order from a Ford dealership will also show your engine build date. However you go about it, it is important that you get the "Engine Build Date", as opposed to the "Vehicle Build Date".
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FICM Failures
The Fuel Injection Control Module (FICM) controls the fuel injectors on the 6.0L Power Stroke engine. It is responsible for stepping up the battery voltage to 48 volts, which is required to activate the injectors. The FICM works in conjunction with the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to control the fuel delivery to the engine. The module is located on the engines valve cover, and is subjected to extreme heat and vibration which is the most probable cause of the FICM's high failure rate. A failed FICM will cause stalling or a no-start condition. If your FICM voltage is low, then you should see a DTC P0611 (Fuel Injector Control Module Performance).
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC's) Related to a Failing FICM:
P0611 (Fuel Injector Control Module Performance)
P0261 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 1)
P0264 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 2)
P0267 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 3)
P0270 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 4)
P0273 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 5)
P0276 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 6)
P0279 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 7)
P0282 (Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 8)



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