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Ford Dpf-r 4.0 Diagnostic Code Reader Ecu Programmer on 2040-parts.com

US $275.00
Location:

Portland, Oregon, United States

Portland, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used Brand:GEARBOXZ Surface Finish:BLACK Manufacturer Part Number:GBZ-FD40 Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Type:ECU Remapping

This is a fully functional ECU programmer and DTC Reader for:

Comes in a waterproof case with breather hole and all instructions.

Product Information:
The  4.0 for Ford 6.4L 2008-2010 trucks. The  4.0 is designed to be a fully reversible and temporary DPF delete for trucks equipped with DPF filters. This is the electronics only for use with a racing exhaust kit or maintenance pipe.

 
Features:
  • Reprograms the ECU for trouble free EGR/CAT/DPF delete
  • Voice Prompted menu system
  • Reads and clears DTCs
  • Stacks with most power tuners
  • Fully reversible
  • Easy Install
    • No Drilling
    • No Cutting
    • No Welding
Includes: 
  •  Ford 4.0 Programmer

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