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Fuel injector control module, or FICM, for 2005+ Ford Super Duty with 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel engine.  Also fits all E-series with the 6.0L Diesel engine, 2004-2010 plus Excursion Jan 2005+.

The FICM controls the fuel injectors on the 6.0L 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 fuel delivery to the engine. The module is mounted on the engine’s valve cover,a high heat and vibration prone area.

The FICM has a high failure rate on the 6.0L engine, which may cause stalling or a no-start condition. OEM replacement modules come un-programmed and must be programmed by the installer prior to vehicle operation, a difficult and costly task forthe independent repairfacility. GB’s remanufactured FICM’s are 100%torn-down, upgraded and fully testedon GB’s proprietary vehicle simulator. Once fully tested the modules are pre-programmed with the appropriate vehicle software and are ready for installation and operation.

There is a $175 core charge on this item.  This will be refunded when your intact factory FICM is returned to us.  Please see our core return policy on our returns page for more information. 

Available Options:

    Core Charge (+$175.00)

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  • Excursion w/ 6.0L Powerstroke Navistar VT365 V8 (2005)
  • Super Duty Gen 1 w/ 6.0L Powerstroke Navistar VT365 V8 (2005-2007)
GB Remanufacturing has been dedicated to remanufacturing fuel injection components wince 1990. GB Reman operates their own facilities and remanufactures all their fuel injector in-house. This guarantees that all GB Reman products consistently meet their performance specifications.

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