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Old 05-06-2018, 02:24 AM   #1
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07. 6.7 ecu

Hello. I have a 07 3500 with. 6.7L. anyone may have the pcm/ecu wiring diagram. Or pin description. My can-do diagnostic tool. Shows ecu/ pcm. Voltage at 0v. And need to find the pin. On ecu to test for voltage. Any help would be very appreciated

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I know I can't answer your question, but maybe you can find it here

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Greyes7 Welcome To The HEMI Truck Club .

Many HTC members also have CTD's...hopefully someone will chime-in soon to answer your request .


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What voltsge are you looking for? There is 12v (battery) to power the ECM. Then 12v from the ASD and 5v sensor.
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What voltsge are you looking for? There is 12v (battery) to power the ECM. Then 12v from the ASD and 5v sensor.
I am looking for the pin for source voltage. The 12v due to the scanner shows ecu voltage at 0v
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Since this is an isb 6.7 can the pcm from same isb on a boxed truck be used just flash/ programmed to my 3500 vin?
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same Year? I don't see why not.
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Why not try a diesel/Cummins forum??? Can’t imagine many hemi guys go to the oil burner forums for help
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