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Old 06-07-2011, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pcm location

Im looking for the pcm location on a 95 12v 2wd and what it looks like thanks
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Looking at the truck from the front...
It's going to be on the left side.
Behind the air-filter box.
Bolted to the firewall.
Right next to the a/c accumulator/dryer bottle.

Hope this helps!
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Is the PCM in the same location on a 95 with an auto transmission? I have 2 95 trucks, one is a cummins 2wd and the other is a v10 4x4. I am swapping the cummins into the 4x4 truck. I was told that I need to swap the wiring harness and the PCM to control the tranny, but was not sure where the darn thing was. So I don't need to change any of the wiring inside the truck, correct? just the wiring harness from under the hood and the pcm? I was also told that I need the torque converter from the diesel tranny. Please feel free to chime in and give me your .02 thanks in advance.
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The PCM is located on the firewall behind the air filter box on all 12 valves.
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Old 10-19-2011, 03:23 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Found it just where you said it would be.

So far I managed to read most of the V10 to Cummins posts and here is what I have come up with.I need to swap the following.

gauge cluster
PCM and underhood wiring harness for engine and trany
exhaust
fuel tank with sending unit
transmission valve body......is this a direct swap??????
torque converter.......read something about an adapter?????
Brake booster......can't I just use the one from the V10 gasser?????

Once again please help out here!!!!
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I am 10 hours into the conversion and I have the Cummins out of the 2wd and have the front of the 4x4 off and all hoses and wiring disconected. So far it seems to be straight forward. I swaped pcm's over and have the wiring harness with the Cummins motor. I still have to pull the exhaust from the 2wd for the Cummins motor, and the dash cluster swap.
I will begin to unbolt the tranny from the 4x4 V10 and unhook all under truck exhaust etc to get ready to remove the v10. I did not remove the fenders from the V10 truck, but might later if it proves worthwile to get the V10 out and the Cummins in. My 12 year old played sick today so he could stay home from school to help with the truck. Just having the extra pair of hand to help pass tools and the odd help with things like hood removal proved to be a HUGE help. Back to school for him tomorrow and back to work for me. Not sure how much I will accomplish during the week as I leave at 5 am and return home at 8 pm. Long days and dont feel like crawling under a truck after a 2hour commute home. I will give updates as I go and will upload some pics soon. thanks for all the info from those who posted.
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