Ford Powerstroke 6.0L Stealth Module
Step by Step Instructions
Be sure your truck has been off for at least 10 minutes before installing the module to allow computer to "sleep" and for your engine compartment to cool down. This way it will not detect an interruption when you unplug your sensor.
2003 and Early 2004 Installation
The Stealth Module plugs into the ICP (Injection Control Pressure) sensor located behind the turbocharger and secluded from view by a heat shield.
Remove the heat shield to gain access to the ICP sensor. Refer to Figure 1.
Route the module wiring harness to the back of the engine from the driver’s side top of the engine.
Remove the factory harness plug from the ICP sensor. Refer to Figure 2.
Plug the module connector into the ICP sensor.
Plug the factory connector into the module receptacle.
Reinstall the heat shield.
Plug the module into the Stealth Module.
Plug the selector switch harness into the module harness.
Route the switch into the cab of the truck.
Attach the module to the driver’s side fender well. Velcro works well.
The Stealth Module plugs into the ICP (Injection Control Pressure) sensor located on the passenger side valve cover. Refer to Figure 3.
Disconnect the factory plug from the ICP sensor.
Connect the Stealth Module harness to the ICP sensor. Connect the harness to the Stealth Module.
Connect the switch to the module harness.
Route the switch into the truck cab.
Mount the module to the passenger side fender well. Velcro works well.
How The Selector Switch Works
The dial going clockwise:
Stock - Low - Medium - High
Low: Towing heavy and low traction situations.
Medium: Moderate towing and ideal for everyday driving situations.
High: Maximum performance - ideal for empty highway cruising.
The switch must remain plugged in to stay in the desired setting. You can run the switch into the cab or leave it tied up under the hood. Leave in one setting as much as possible.
Everyone has different driving preferences, it’s suggested that you try each setting for at least a week to see what you prefer.
If You Get a Check Engine Light or Hard Start Upon Installation
Please check the connection between the truck’s wire harness and the module’s female plug and ensure it was connected properly. Improper installation will cause a CEL/hard starting.
Remove The Module Before Service Work
If you need to take your vehicle in for service work, REMOVE the module before work is performed.
If you have any issues, please contact our Technical Support or call us at (888) 613-4304
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