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Gridcon736

Swap 24v for 12v?

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Newby here again. This site is awesome,thanks again guys!:thumb1:I have a buddy that is trying to sell a 12v with about 175,000 miles on it, and with all the trouble I seem to be having with my 24v he mentioned that maybe I should just swap them out. How big of a project would this be?Is it even a smart move? I would really like to get the 24v going just for the education but I really need to get this truck on the road soon. I have to let go of my Toyota soon and need this truck running before I can do that.

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About the only way to do that is to swap wiring and PCM. Your 24v needs the ECM and PCM and a 12v only needs the PCM to run the alt, gauges, transmission. Then you get into trying to make the gauges work. Yes, it can and has been done, but I would think that it would be way less expensive to get your 24v running like it is supposed to.

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