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Ignition Control Module location?

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by playboy16, December 18, 2006.

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    1. playboy16

      playboy16 New Member

      October 24, 2006
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      Anybody know where the ignition control module is located in the 4 litres...i working with a 93 wiring harness and jsut realized i dont have the module. Where in a donor truck wound i find it and what years will work with the 93 harness? pics would be great!
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    3. MrShorty

      MrShorty Explorer Addict

      December 27, 2001
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      Spanish Fork, UT
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      92 XLT and '87 Bronco II
      On my '92, the ICM is in the front of the engine compartment, passenger side, next to the radiator and head light and in front of the battery.

      I'm not certain on compatibility from year to year. Considering some of the differences, I wouldn't be too surprised if you have to get one from a '93.

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