Installation Instructions
2501 Ludelle Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76105
817-244-6212 Phone • 817-244-4024 Fax
888-350-6588 Sales • 800-423-9696 Tech
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.painlessperformance.com
Installation Instructions
For
#63011 Striker Diesel MD Power Modules
2003-2007 Ford
Powerstroke
6.0L Diesel
st
1 Edition June 2008
Copyright © 2008 by Perfect Performance Products, LLC
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Section
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Introduction………….....................................................................................................................3
Engine Harness Installation……………………………………………………………………………………………………….4
Early ICP Sensor Location………………………………………………………………………………………………………….4
Early ICP Sensor Connection..…………………………………………………………………………………………………4-5
Late ICP Sensor Location…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..6
Late ICP Sensor Connection.……………………………………………………………………………………………………..6
Boost Sensor Location and Connection……………………………………………………………………………………….7
Firewall Penetration………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….8
Diesel MD Mounting………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….9
Thermocouple Connection…………………………………………………………………………………………………………9
12 Volt Power Connection………….…………………………..……………………………………………………………….10
Ignition Switch Connection………………………………………………………………………………………………………11
Ground Connection…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………12
Finalizing Installation………………………………………………………………………………………………………………12
Initial Start-up………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..13
Idle Calibration……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….14
EGT Warning LED Set-up…………………………………………………………………………………………………………15
LCD Brightness Set-up…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….15
LCD Contrast Set-up……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….15
LCD Display Selection……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..16
Profile Selection………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………17
Storing User Configuration……………………………………………………………………………………………………….18
What are Profile Scale Factors…………………………………………………………………………………….……………19
Fuel Pressure Scale Factors…………………………….……………………………………………………………………….20
Boost Pressure Scale Factors……………………………………………………………………………………………………21
Modifying Scale Factors………………………………………………………………………………………………………22-23
Factory Refresh……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..24
Trouble Shooting…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….25
Warranty……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….26
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Please read these entire instructions before beginning the installation. Make sure the ignition key has
been off for two or more minutes before any connections are made. After a few simple connections
the tune-ability that you have always wanted from your Powerstroke diesel will be available at a
touch of a button. Welcome to the new era of plug in play diesel power modules.
Parts List:
1- Striker Diesel MD Power Module
1- Engine Wire Harness
10- 7” tie wraps
1- Instruction Sheet
4- Inches Velcro
1- Parts Bag Kit
Tool List:
Phillips and flat head screwdrivers
Wire strippers
Terminal crimpers
Drill and Drill bits
3/8 Ratchet and Metric sockets
NOTE: The 63011 Striker Diesel MD kit does not include a thermocouple. The Diesel MD module has
capabilities of reading a K-type thermocouple if you so choose to purchase and install one separately.
If a thermocouple is already installed in your vehicle, you may double up the Diesel MD thermocouple
wires with the mechanical gauge wires. If this doubling is done, you may experience a slight
misreading of both the EGT gauges.
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Harness Installation:
The Striker Diesel MD Power Module is shipped with a harness to match your vehicles configuration.
Harness altercations are not needed. If difficulties during installation are experienced please contact
us via phone at 800-423-9696 or email to [email protected] Three connections will be
made in the engine compartment and two under the dash. Make sure to route all wires and
connectors away from potential hot spots on the engine. Securely attach the wires using the
supplied tie wraps.
2003 & Early 2004 Injection Control Pressure Sensor Connector:
On 2003 and some early 2004 trucks the ICP sensor is mounted at the back of the engine
underneath a heat shield. The heat shield can only be seen from underneath the truck with a flash
light pointed towards the top rear of the engine from the driver side of the transmission. If your
truck has the ICP sensor mounted here; route the ICP sensor connectors on the Diesel MD engine
wire harness underneath the turbo charger and to the back of the driver side of the engine. Turbo
chargers get extremely hot; make sure to route wires away from touching any turbo charger piping
or exhaust piping. It is advisable to wrap this part of the harness with a heat resistant material to
ensure thermal protection.
Turbo Heat Shield:
2003 and some early
2004 trucks will require
reaching up behind the
engine and transmission
from underneath the
truck, on the driver’s
side, to reach the ICP
Sensor connector.
Remove the turbo
charger heat shield.
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Behind the turbo charger heat shield the ICP sensor can be found mounted into the engine. The
factory ICP sensor connector will have insulation surrounding it and the wires from it. This insulation
must be pulled back in order to reach and unplug the factory ICP sensor connector.
Disconnect the factory ICP sensor connector. Plug this male connector into the female ICP connector
on the Diesel MD engine harness. Plug the male ICP connector on the Diesel MD engine harness into
the ICP sensor. Reinstall the turbo charger heat shield.
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Late 2004 and later model trucks ICP sensor location
Most late 2004 and later trucks have the
ICP sensor mounted in the passenger side
valve cover. Route the ICP sensor
connectors on the Diesel MD engine
harness over to the passenger side valve
cover.
NOTE: engine oil deposits where the
sensor and connector mate is an
indication of a leaky ICP sensor and
will cause connection problems.
Clean all of the oil out of the sensor
and connector before connecting to
the Diesel MD harness.
Unplug the male factory ICP sensor
connector and connect this to the female
ICP sensor connector on the Diesel MD
engine harness. Some factory ICP sensor
connectors will have a white or yellow
terminal position lock that will need to be
removed in order to make a good
connection to the Diesel MD harness.
Plug the Diesel MD harness male ICP
sensor connector into the ICP sensor on
the valve cover.
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Boost Pressure Sensor Connection:
Locate the boost pressure sensor. It is located on the passenger side firewall on all 6.0L Powerstroke
trucks. Disconnect the factory male boost sensor connector from the sensor.
Connect the factory male boost pressure sensor connector to the female boost pressure sensor
connector on the Diesel MD engine harness. Connect the Diesel MD engine harness male boost
pressure sensor connector to the boost pressure sensor.
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Remove the black
plastic cover shown
above. Drill a hole in
this plastic cover big
enough to
accommodate the
thermocouple wire
and the four pin
Deutsch connector
labeled Engine A on
the Diesel MD module
harness. Reinstall the
cover to the firewall.
Since the Diesel MD
module harness
comes attached to the
Diesel MD module, we
suggest that you route
the harness inside the
cab and loosely tie
wrap it in place before
you push the Engine
A 4 pin Deutsch
connector and the
thermocouple wire
through the firewall.
Keep in mind the
Engine A connector
must reach and plug
into the Engine B
connector on the
engine harness.
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Mounting the Diesel MD:
One potential place to keep the Diesel
MD is the cubby hole just below the
AC/Heat controls. Make sure when
you route the Diesel MD module
harness over to the hole in the firewall
that you stay away from any moving
parts of the steering column, brake,
accelerator and gear shifter.
In parts kit is some Velcro. You can
use this Velcro to attach the Diesel MD
module on the dash.
If neither of these options suits your
needs, many electronic retailers offer
suction cup window mounts that
should allow you to mount the Diesel
MD onto the windshield.
Once you have decided where to
mount the Diesel MD route the module
harness over to the hole in the firewall
and push through the Engine A
connector and pyrometer wire.
Thermocouple:
If you are not using a pyrometer then
roll up the wire and store it inside the
cab. If you are using a pyrometer,
route the wire to the thermocouple
and attach it using the two #6 ring
terminals supplied from the parts kit.
Wires connect red to red and yellow to
yellow. Use the heat shrink provided
from your thermocouple kit to protect
the terminals from grounding.
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Power and Ground:
In the parts kit is a fuse holder, two brass terminals for the fuse holder, a 5 amp fuse, two blue Positaps, one insulated ring terminal and two self tapping black sheet metal screws. On the Diesel MD
module harness there is an orange wire labeled RUN/START 12VOLT and a black wire labeled
GROUND. The orange power wire can be either connected to the fuse block under the steering
column cover or the ignition switch wires.
Power:
If you plan to wire the orange power
wire for the Diesel MD into the ignition
switch wires on the bottom of the
steering column, please fuse the
circuit. All of the parts you need to
fuse this power circuit can be found in
the parts kit. Find a good place to
mount the fuse holder. Figure out
what length the orange wire labeled
RUN/START 12VOLT needs to be to
reach the fuse holder.
Cut it to
length, strip 3/8” of the insulation
from the copper and terminate one of
the brass terminals to the wire. Take
the extra orange wire from the parts
kit and terminate the other brass
terminal to one side of it in the same
fashion.
Push both terminated wires into the fuse holder. The terminals insert with the flat side to the outside
of the fuse holder. Push the barbed steel mounting clip into the slot on the back side of the fuse
holder. Use one of the black self tapping screws to mount the fuse holder.
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Route the open ended orange wire up to the ignition switch connector as shown below. Connect this
orange wire to one of these two wires coming from the ignition switch connector depending on which
year of vehicle you have. Use one of the supplied Posi-taps to make this connection. See the
diagram to the right for instruction of how to use a Posi-tap product. Use one of the self tapping
black sheet metal screws to mount the fuse holder under the dash. Insert the fuse into the holder.
IGNITION SWITCH WIRE:
• 2003-2004 White/Yellow wire
• 2005-2007 Red/Lt. Green wire
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GROUND:
Route the black wire labeled GROUND over to a clean grounding source. Metal brackets under the
dash are an excellent choice for this ground. It is suggested to not ground this module on top of
other ground wires but to instead use the other self tapping black sheet metal screw to make a new
ground into one of the metal brackets. Crimp the red insulated ring terminal onto the ground wire
and then run the screw into one of the metal brackets.
FINALIZING INSTALLATION:
1. Plug the Engine A and Engine B connectors into each other.
2. Finish tie wrapping the harness away from any moving parts of the steering column or pedals.
3. Double check all connections made during this installation. A wrong connection will result in a
check engine light and possibly a no start situation so double check just to be sure.
4. Pictured below you see a small pigtail that came in parts bag of your Striker Diesel MD kit.
This pigtail mates to the Engine B connector on the Diesel MD engine harness. Keep this
pigtail in your glove box. If operational issues arise with the Diesel MD, a Painless tech may
ask you to use this to help troubleshoot the problem.
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INITIAL START UP
Turn the ignition key on. To the right is the
Diesel MD start up screen. Every time the
module is turned off and then on this screen will
show for a few seconds. If the screen does not
light up and show this display then you have a
power or ground connection problem. Make sure
your ignition 12Volt wire has power with the
ignition key on and in crank and the ground wire
has continuity to ground at all times.
The Diesel MD module will then show the default display screen as shown above. Start the engine.
If it does not start or you get a check engine light, go to the troubleshooting section at the end of
this manual. After the engine starts you should notice the EGT gauge digits will increase (if you have
the thermocouple wires connected to a thermocouple) and the fuel pressure digits will change.
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IDLE CALIBRATION
NOTE: The Diesel MD will revert back to display mode if there has been
more than 5 seconds since the last push of a button.
NOTE: The user menu is cyclical. Pressing the menu button will cycle
through the modifiable settings and then back to the beginning.
NOTE: You must do this Idle Calibration step before the Diesel MD module
will allow you to change between and/or modify the power levels.
With the engine running, at idle and in park; push the MENU button until the screen above shows on
the display. This is the idle calibration screen. Note: On your Diesel MD these values will be B: 00
F: 00 until you have finished this calibration. Push and release the up arrow button. The Diesel MD
will record the idle voltage values for the MAP and fuel pressure sensors. After it records these two
values it will revert back to the default display after about five seconds. Only do this idle calibration
once unless instructed to do so by a Painless tech or these instructions. You may now select power
levels up or down and also modify the power level scale factors.
What is the idle calibration for? The idle calibration is needed in order for the Diesel MD module to
know when your vehicle is at idle. At idle there is no modification to either the fuel or boost pressure
signals. We have found that modifying either of these signals when at idle can cause idle down
problems (engine bucking) when rolling to a stop and can cause hard to start issues.
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EGT WARNING ADJUSTMENTS
Push the MENU button until the screen above shows
on the display. This is the setting for the EGT
warning light shown in this picture as the green
LED. This is a three color (green, yellow, red) LED.
Glows green at all times the module is powered up
and the EGT reading is below 90% of the setting
shown on this screen. Glows yellow when the EGT
reading is 90-99% of the setting shown on this
screen. Glows red when the EGT reading is 100%+
the setting shown on this screen. By default this
setting is 1250 degrees Fahrenheit. Press the up or
down arrows to change this setting by 10 degree
increments.
BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENTS
The backlight brightness of the screen can be
changed one of two ways. Either use the DIM
button on the front of the module or press the
menu button until you see the screen show
BRIGHTNESS. If you use the DIM button you will
notice the display will dim incrementally to its lowest
setting and then cycle back to its highest setting.
Or, press the MENU button until you see
BRIGHTNESS on the screen, you may then change
the backlight brightness by pressing the up or down
arrowed buttons.
CONTRAST ADJUSTMENTS
The contrast of the screen can only be changed by
pressing the menu button until you see CONTRAST
on the screen. Press the up or down arrowed
buttons to make adjustments while CONTRAST is
displayed.
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DISPLAY SELECTION
Press the MENU button until
DISPLAY is shown on the
screen. Press the UP/DOWN
arrowed keys to select which
display you want. There are
five displays to choose from.
All five are shown below. Once
you have chosen the preferred
display just leave it displayed
on the screen for a few seconds
and the Diesel MD will
automatically start to show live
sensor signals from your truck.
You can change the display at
any time.
NOTE: The displayed fuel pressure and boost pressure values are actual signals from the engine
sensors. Please keep this in mind as you continue to read this manual and program your Diesel MD.
FUEL PRESSURE/BOOST/EGT
BOOST/
FUEL PRESSURE/ EGT
EGT
BOOST
FUEL PRESSURE
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PROFILE SELECTION
There are ten user adjustable profiles and one stock profile preprogrammed into the Diesel MD.
Pressing the up/down arrowed keys during normal operation will toggle up or down through the
profiles. Listed below you see the ten profiles with the boost and fuel pressure scale factors
respectively.
Profile S: This is the stock profile. With this profile selected the signals from the sensors are what
your vehicle’s PCM receives. In other words there are no modifications to the signals and
the scale factors are both 1.00.
BOOST
Profile 1: 1.00
Profile 2: 1.00
Profile 3: 1.00
Profile 4: 0.97
Profile 5: 0.94
Profile 6: 0.91
Profile 7: 0.88
Profile 8: 0.85
Profile 9: 0.82
Profile 10: 0.79
FUEL PRESSURE
0.97
0.95
0.93
0.90
0.88
0.85
0.81
0.77
0.73
0.68
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STORE USER CONFIGURATION
Press the MENU button until Store Config is shown on the display. Press the UP arrowed
button. The Diesel MD has now stored all of the settings you have modified. These are now the
settings the Diesel MD uses each time you start your vehicle. If you modify any of these settings, it
will be necessary to store it as the configuration again if you want the Diesel MD to start up with the
new settings. See below for a list of these settings.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Display selection
Idle Calibration
Desired Profile
Brightness
Contrast
EGT Degree Warning Indicator
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ADJUSTING PROFILE SCALE FACTORS
Profile S is not adjustable and will always be a stock setting. Profiles 1-10 are user adjustable. This
section of the manual shows you what you are modifying and what the results of the modifications
can be. Make modifications in small increments. It is your responsibility to make intelligent
decisions as to what and how much of each scale factor you will modify. Diesel MD modules are
preprogrammed to produce a respectable increase of horsepower and torque from your 6.0L
Powerstroke. Scale factor modifications and the results from those modifications will vary. Bolt-ons,
down-loaders, injectors and any other aftermarket product claiming to modify, increase, improve or
change anything on your vehicle can significantly change the way the Diesel MD works on your
vehicle.
NOTE: SOME MODIFICATIONS TO THE SCALE FACTORS WILL RESULT IN DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE
CODES, CHECK ENGINE LIGHTS, DAMAGED ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL PARTS AND
POSSIBLY PUT THE ENGINE INTO LIMP MODE OR FAILURE. ALL MODIFICATIONS ARE
DONE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
All data in this section was taken from a 2004 Ford Powerstroke 6.0L Excursion.
Below you see a data log screen of both the fuel pressure and boost pressure sensor 0-5 Volt signals.
0 Volts is 0 PSI and 5 Volts is maximum PSI for both the fuel pressure and boost pressure sensors.
The first line is labeled Fuel Pressure In. This is the 0-5 Volt signal from the Injection Control
Pressure Sensor, which monitors the high pressure injection oil for the injectors, which is picked up
or intercepted by the Diesel MD. The second line is labeled Fuel Pressure Out. This is the 0-5 Volt
signal sent out of the Diesel MD to the vehicle’s PCM. Notice that the in and out signals are the
same. They are the same because the Diesel MD was in Profile S for this data log. Voltage in =
Voltage out in Profile S because the scale factor is set at 1.00. Line three is labeled as Boost In. This
is the 0-5 Volt signal from the Boost (MAP) sensor. It is intercepted by the Diesel MD. Line 4 is
labeled Boost Out. This is the signal sent out of the Diesel MD to the vehicle’s PCM. Notice that the
in and out signals are the same. For the same reason the first two lines are the same holds true for
the second set.
Profile S
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Fuel Pressure
On 6.0L Ford Powerstroke engines fuel pressure is actually injection oil pressure measured by the
Injection Control Pressure (ICP) sensor. Powerstroke engines use a H.E.U.I. injection system that is
part mechanical and part electrical. The ICP sensor is just one of the electrical parts used by the
H.E.U.I. injection system and just so happens to be one of the sensors we monitor with the Diesel
MD.
What is the Fuel Pressure Sensor scale factor?
What does it mean to modify a scale factor? Scale factors are used by the Diesel MD to calculate
output voltages from input voltages. Let’s use Profile 10 and its scale factors as an example to
clarify. If the Diesel MD has 4.7 Volts as an input from the fuel pressure sensor and the scale factor
is set at 0.68, the output will be 3.66 Volts. The graph below exactly illustrates this scenario. If the
scale factor is less than 1.00, the Diesel MD shows the vehicle’s PCM a lower than actual ICP sensor
value. If the scale factor is more than 1.00, the Diesel MD shows the vehicle’s PCM a higher than
actual ICP sensor value.
Profile 10 Fuel Pressure Sensor (ICP) signals
Dark Blue=ICP signal into Diesel MD from the ICP sensor
Pink=ICP signal out of Diesel MD to the PCM
Light Blue=ICP signal in and out are the same because engine is at
idle
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BOOST PRESSURE
6.0L Powerstroke engines are fitted with a Variable Geometry Turbo (VGT). VGT’s get their name
from the adjustable vanes which focus exhaust gas onto the turbine. Vehicle PCMs control the
variable vanes through the use of hydraulic pistons, solenoids and vane positions sensors. VGT
turbochargers can function as a small and large turbo. To help spool up at low rpms the PCM
commands the turbo exhaust vanes into a position that more accurately focuses exhaust gas across
the turbine. To stop over boost and excessive turbo shaft speed the PCM moves the vanes to less of
a focus on the turbine. Desired vane position is calculated by the vane position sensor, boost sensor
(MAP), ambient pressure sensor and exhaust back pressure sensor.
The Diesel MD intercepts the boost sensor signal, modifies it and then sends it to the PCM. In the
graph below you can see the modification to the signal in Profile 10. As the boost signal rises off of
idle, the Diesel MD begins to change the signal seen by the PCM. 0.79 is the scale factor for boost in
Profile 10. Voltage into the Diesel MD is 4.142 Volts. Voltage out of the Diesel MD is 3.766 Volts. By
telling the PCM it has less boost than it actually does the PCM reacts by keeping the VGT vanes more
focused on the turbine which spools it up faster and produces more boost.
Dark Blue=BOOST signal into Diesel MD from the MAP sensor
Pink=BOOST signal out of Diesel MD to the PCM
Light Blue=BOOST signal in and out are the same because engine
is at idle
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MODIFYING THE SCALE FACTORS
With the ignition key off, press and hold the MENU button while turning the key to the on position.
If done correctly the Profile Config display shown below with show on the screen.
Press the MENU button. Select which
profile you want to modify the scale
factors for by using the UP or DOWN
arrowed buttons then press the MENU
button again. For this example we will
use profile 1 as shown to the right.
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Press the MENU button once you find
the profile you want to modify. A new
screen will pop up showing the two
scale factors for the specific profile you
selected. The screen to the right shows
the scale factors for profile one. Notice
the asterisk next to the BST: 1.00 line.
This asterisk depicts which factor will be
modified when pressing the UP or
DOWN arrowed buttons. Using the UP
or DOWN arrowed buttons to change
the Boost scale factor. Press the MENU
button to move the asterisk down the
FP: 0.97 line. Use the UP or DOWN
arrowed buttons to modify this scale
factor as well. Changes are made by
hundredths.
Once you have modified the scale
factors. Press the MENU button. The
display shown to the right will show on
the screen. Press the UP arrowed
button to store your modifications to
the scale factors.
At this point the Diesel MD will loop
back to the Profile Config screen.
Either press the MENU button and then
choose another profile to modify or turn
the ignition key off and then back on to
revert back to normal operating mode.
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FACTORY REFRESH
Because the Diesel MD gives you the ability to modify the scale factors any way possible, we also
include a way for you to revert back to the factory settings programmed into the module here at the
factory. This is called a factory refresh. Once the Diesel MD is refreshed all of the saved information
from the modifiable settings saved through the use of the Store Config or Profile Config is erased.
So, if you have specific settings you have modified and want them that way again, we suggest you
right them down below before refreshing the module.
To refresh the module hold the UP arrowed button while turning the ignition key to the on position.
The screen will now display FACTORY REFRESH. Let go of the UP button and wait about two
minutes. After the Diesel MD is done refreshing it will reboot to the start up screen showing Painless
Performance and then go to its normal default operating mode. At this point you will need to
program all of the user configurations just as you did when first installed. The scale factors will also
revert to factory settings.
EGT WARNING: ____________
BOOST
PROFILE SCALE FACTOR
1
____________
2
____________
3
____________
4
____________
5
____________
6
____________
7
____________
8
____________
9
____________
10
____________
FUEL PRESSURE
SCALE FACTOR
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
Recommendation:
It is recommended to uninstall this harness and module before any work is done on the vehicle by a
dealership.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING:
Module won’t power up:
1. Check fuse in fuse holder. If blown replace it.
2. Check 12 Volt and ground connections are not hooked up in reverse. Orange is 12 Volt wire.
Black is ground wire. Correct? Go to step 3.
3. With a Volt meter (do NOT use a test light) check for 12 volts on both sides of the
fuse in the fuse holder when the ignition switch is in the crank and run positions. If 12 Volts is
not present, check Posi-tap connection at ignition switch wire. Make sure the Posi-tap pierced
the ignition switch wire and that the orange wire is making continuity to the Posi-tap. If there
is 12 Volts on one side of fuse and not the other then the fuse is bad or the crimps on the
terminals were not done properly. Use the two extra fuse holder terminals in the parts kit to
redo this connection.
4. Check ground wire for continuity to ground. No, go to step 4. Yes, call Painless tech line.
5. Check ground wire for good crimp at ring terminal. Use new terminal to fix if bad crimp is
evident.
Check engine light:
1. Does the Diesel MD module power up? Yes, go to next step. No, go to top of page and read
“Module won’t power up” section.
2. Check connections made at ICP and boost sensors. Make sure connectors are fully seated into
their mates.
3. Make sure there is no engine oil in the ICP sensor and the factory ICP sensor connector. ICP
sensors have been known to leak oil into the electrical connection area and this will cause
connection problems.
4. With the key off unplug the Engine A and Engine B connectors. Plug the PP-692 pigtail into
the Engine B connector. This creates a signal loopback from the ICP and boost sensors
directly to the vehicles’ ECM. In other words it takes the Diesel MD module out of the signal
loop. Start the engine. If your ICP and boost sensor connections are good you should not
receive any diagnostic trouble codes nor should you see a check engine light.
5. As stated earlier in this installation manual, modification of scale factors can cause the ECM to
log diagnostic trouble codes and cause the resultant check engine light.
Pyrometer not reading:
1. Check wire connection to thermocouple. Wires should be connected red to red and yellow to
yellow.
2. Check to make sure the red and yellow wires are not shorted together.
3. Check to make sure the thermocouple wires are not shorted to ground.
PAINLESS WIRING OFFERS A TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE TO ANSWER ANY
QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. THE NUMBER IS (800) 423-9696. PHONES ARE ANSWERED
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 8 AM TO 5 PM CENTRAL TIME, NOT INCLUDING
HOLIDAYS. PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO REACH US AND WE WILL
RETURN YOU’RE CALL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
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Painless Performance Limited Warranty
and Return Policy
Chassis harnesses and fuel injection harnesses are covered under a lifetime warranty. All other
products manufactured and/or sold by Painless Performance are warranted to the original purchaser
to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use. Painless Performance will
repair or replace defective products without charge during the first 12 months from the purchase
date. No products will be considered for warranty without a copy of the purchase receipt showing the
sellers name, address, and date of purchase. You must return the product to the dealer you
purchased it from to initiate warranty procedures.
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