Guys, sorry to sound like a fool, but I've had a powerstroke for several years now and I suspect that it is programmed or chipped. I know little about either, so I am asking for some advice...
This was done prior to my purchase, and, if it is indeed programmed, I do not have the programmer.
If it is "chipped", I do not even know where to look for it plugged into the harness. Any advice?
What I want to do is put the thing back to stock. I really do not know what this entails, without the programmer on-hand that was used. If it is chipped, and if I could find it, then will removing it simply put it back to stock? Or removing it and unhooking the batteries to reset? As you can see, I know little about this. If it is programmed, can I just unhook batteries and will that reset the ECM to stock? I just don't know sh*t about this stuff.
I've done some searching on the web and cannot find what I'm looking for. So, I thought my trusty friends here might be able to help...
Incidentally, the thing seems to be "programmed" for topend, in that it takes the turbo a long time to spool, but once it does, the thing launches.
Anything you guys can contribute will be appreciated.