When trying to identify the right preprogrammed Fuel Injector Control Module part number, you will need to follow one of two different ways. Each method requires little effort and will help ensure you get the right replacement part.
The two methods:
- Identify the engine model year located on the valve cover emission label.
- Identify the original engine serial number. This number is available on the Historical Vehicle Build of Materials (HVBOM) report that is available through your Ford dealer. It can also be found etched on the left rear corner of the crankcase.
Here are corresponding Ford service #'s for engine model years and serial numbers.
Engine Model Year
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* Certain 04MY F-Series and 04/05MY Excursions have an Engine Model Year that differs from Truck Model Year. Verify Engine MY by referencing the valve cover emission label. For example, an early-build 04MY F-Series will have a 03MY emission label and require 4C3Z-12B599-CRM, while a late-build 04MY F-Series will have a 04MY emission label and require 4C3Z-12B599-DRM.
Engine Serial Number
6.0L DIT F-250/F-550
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6.0L DIT Excursion
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6.0L DIT E Series
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* Refer to your engine serial number to verify the correct replacement component as there are several build date breaks for 2004 through 2006 model years.
** 6.0L engines built in Huntsville, AL have a serial number break of 1 to 299,092 (2003 to early 2006 MY) or 299,093 & Up (late 2006 MY). 6.0L engines built in Indianapolis, IN have a serial number break of 6,000,000 to 6,723,721 (2003 to early 2006 MY) or 6,723,722 & Up (late 2006 MY).