I talked to Derek, and it turns out the CAW0 is not an engine controller. It's JUST an electronic transmission controller based on a standard 94 EEC architecture. I have no clue what controlled the diesel engine on a CAW0-equipped vehicle, perhaps another EEC? In anycase, the CAW0 doesn't sound like it's going to benefit the intention of this thread.
But it is exciting to think that you could get a reman CAW0 from AutoZone or Advance and tune with it using the QH or Moates chip and get Baumann-like control over an electronic tranny for a fair amount cheaper than a Baumann controller. So if anybody finds a CAW0 EEC, I'll take it for the purpose of trying to get the BIN extracted from it. Or if you have the ability to extract the BIN, send it my way so I can get it to sailorbob.
Well, 1994 may be the problem itself, in that year ford offered both a 7.3l In-Direct Injected (idi) and Direct Injected engines. Only the Powerstrokes are DI engines and would use the EEC to tune the engine. The IDI trucks have a mechanical injection pump which are not computer controlled, but they may have used some type of controller or ecm of some sort to control the electronic E4OD automatic trans they used. However the '94 - '97 DI (powerstroke) enignes should use an ECM to control the engine and trans together from my understanding. They use a far more advanced than IDI injection system that utulizes HEUI (Hydraulic Electronic Unit Injectors) injectors that are independently controlled and fired by a Injection Driver Module (IDM) that converts 12v to 80 to 120v (stock, my modded IDM puts out 140v) that is also computer controlled.
So maybe you need a late '94 - '97 EEC to test....that may be part of the problem with the current one you've been trying.
1996 F250 Crew Cab Short Bed 4x4, 7.3l Powerstroke, Built E40D, D60 front axle conversion, IDM modded to 140v, soon to have..... 6.0 intercooler, 4in. exhaust, hi-flow intake and filter.http://www.efienginesupply.com