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Old 07-28-2010
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ecm question

Hey guys I have an 84 ranger that i am currently putting a 66 289 in. My question is do i need the ecm any longer or is it just a lot of wiring taking up space under my hood?
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You wont need the ECM to run that engine but if you have emissions testing on that truck then you might need to make it work to control that only.
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thanks for the info we do not have emissions testing where i live
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