Ford Powerstroke Injector Control Modules

Ford Powerstroke Injector Control Modules

  • IDM02140

    Bostech

    Ford 7.3L High Voltage Injector Driver Module IDM 1994-2003 | IDM02140

    Sale Price: $449.95
    Ford 7.3L Higher Voltage Injector Drive Module IDM - IDM02140 Higher Voltage and Frequency to Injectors 140 Volts Up to 30HP Gain Multi-Point Tested Direct Fit, Ready to Install No Additional Programming Required (Pre-programmed) Application: ...
    Sale Price: $449.95
  • IDM120_ANG

    Bostech

    Ford 7.3L Injector Driver Module IDM 1999-2003 | IDM120

    Sale Price: $249.95
    Ford 7.3L Injector Drive Module IDM - IDM120 Remanufactured to Exceed OE Specifications by Bostech All "High Failure" Prone Components Replaced Improved Seal to Prevent the Common OE Moisture Issue Multi-Point Tested Direct Fit, Ready to Install Note:...
    Sale Price: $249.95
  • FIC2004

    Bostech

    Ford 6.0L 2003-2010 FICM - Fuel Injector Control Module | FIC2004

    Sale Price: $324.95
    Ford 6.0L Fuel Injector Control Module FICM - FIC2004 Remanufactured by Bostech New Upgraded Power Board New Gasket New Mounting Hardware Ready to Install Technical Info: Standard 48 volts No Programming Required Ford 6.0L Engine Applications (1 per...
    Sale Price: $324.95
  • IDM110_ANG

    Bostech

    Ford 7.3L Injector Driver Module IDM 1994-1998 | IDM110

    Sale Price: $259.95
    Ford 7.3L Injector Drive Module IDM - IDM110 Remanufactured by Bostech Direct Fit, Ready to Install Technical Info: Pre-Programmed with the latest OE Software No additional Programming Required Ford 7.3L Engine Applications: E-350 Econoline...
    Sale Price: $259.95
  • BT Power

    Ford 6.0L FICM Mounting Bushings | DEC022005

    Sale Price: $59.95
    Ford 6.0L FICM Mounting Bushing - DEC022005 Mounting Bushing by BT-Power Ready to Install Technical Info: Includes: 4- Metal Sleeves 8- Rubber bushings   Ford 6.0L Engine Applications (1 per vehicle):  E-350 Club Wagon 2004-2005 E-350...
    Sale Price: $59.95
  • DY876 Ford Glow Plug Module

    MotorCraft

    Ford 1999-2010 Motorcraft Glow PLug Control Module | DY-876

    MSRP: $200.76
    Sale Price: $179.95
    Ford Glow Plug Control Module DY876 New Original Equipment Product by Motorcraft Direct Fit, Ready to Install Ford Engine Applications: 7.3L Engine Applications E-350 Club Wagon 2003 E-350 Econoline Club Wagon 1999-2002 E-450 Econoline Super Duty...
    MSRP: $200.76
    Sale Price: $179.95
  • WH02701

    BT Power

    Ford 6.0L FICM Connector X-1 | WH02701

    Sale Price: $14.95
    Ford 6.0L Fuel Injector Control Module / FICM Connector - WH02701 Connector by BT-Power Direct Fit Technical Info: Connector Housing Only 24 Pin Connector / 16 Pins Used (middle row is blank) Position 1 - For Cylinders 1,4,6,7 Application: Ford LCF 4...
    Sale Price: $14.95
  • WH02702

    BT Power

    Ford 6.0L FICM Connector X-2 | WH02702

    Sale Price: $14.95
    Ford 6.0L Fuel Injector Control Module / FICM Connector - WH02702 Connector by BT-Power Direct Fit Technical Info: Connector Housing Only 24 Pin Connector / 16 Pins Used (middle row is blank) Position 2 - For Cylinders 2,3,5,8 Application: Ford LCF 4...
    Sale Price: $14.95
  • Bostech

    Ford 6.0L Fuel Injector Control Module FICM Half-Shell | FIC02600

    Sale Price: $259.95
    Ford 6.0L Fuel Injector Control Module FICM Half Shell - FIC02600 New Circuit Board with Housing by Bostech Includes Gasket and Mounting Hardware Technical Info: No Programming Required ONLY for 4 pin FICM Ford 6.0L Engine Applications (1 per...
    Sale Price: $259.95

Ford Power Stroke Injector Driver Module (IDM) or Injector Control Module (ICM)

The Ford Powerstoke Diesel uses a driver to supply the correct voltage to the fuel injectors.  The correct voltage to operate the solenoids on the injectors is very critical.  A low voltage situation can cause all kinds of drivability problems that can drive a trained mechanic crazy. 

The 7.3 Ford Powerstoke Diesel uses an injector drive module.  The applications before 1999 had a 110-volt driver (part number IDM110).  The 1999 and newer use a 120-volt drive module (part number IDM120).  The driver is accessed through the driver side fender.  The inner fender liner needs to be removed to access the driver.  Because of the location, corrosion is always a concern.  Always make sure the connections don't have any corrosion during installation.

The 6.0 Ford Powerstoke Diesel has an injector control module.  The voltage output is 48 volts.  You can check the voltage by removing the two bolts on the access cover. When the cover is removed, check the voltage using the screw under the cover as your positive.  The voltage should read very close to 48 volts, or it should be replaced.  The truck will actually run when voltage is as low as 30 volts.  The engine will not run properly but will run.  We recommend the FICM voltage be checked before any other repair takes place.  A low FICM voltage can cause in unnecessary replacement of expensive items like fuel injectors.

We offer a performance upgrade on the FICM. This FICM produces 58 volts. A 58-volt FICM increases injector performance.  With a 58-volt FICM, you will see better throttle response an even better fuel economy.

The FICM is located on the driver’s side valve cover under the coolant overflow tank.  When replacing a FICM always check that the wiring harness is in good condition.  The injector wiring harness has been known to wear. 

A good way to check the harness is to lightly pull on the wiring harness with engine running.  If the engine changes in any way it is a sign that the harness has some bad connections.  The only repair for this condition is replacement of the harness.

The FICM on a Ford Powerstroke Diesel is programmable.  This is known as logic module.  If you were to purchase a FICM from Ford, the truck would not crank until the module is programmed.  The FICM fromfordiesels.com come programmed.  This means that the truck will run.  In most cases you will not have to do anything else for the replacement.  Because the module isn't paired to the ECM, a soft code will be set in the ECM.  This doesn’t set off the check engine light.  The soft code is only detected with a diagnostics computer.  I you want the soft code to disappear, you will need to have the ECM flashed.