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Old 05-24-2011
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Air Idle Speed Controller WANTED: 4C 2.0 Carbed

Looking for Idle speed controller. This is a module found on the passinger side, mounted on the wheel plastic insert covers, under the hood. It is a electronic module about 8 inches square, three bolts holding it with a large connector in the middle.

These were on 1985 and 1986. Others I don't know. The number on the lable of the module is: E5TF-9L513-AA. The Ford part number is: E5TZ-9L513-A. If you have one of these I can use it.

I diden't see a wanted section, for parts and such. So I figured this is the right heading for this thread. The vehicle this comes from should NOT have the black tarish area disturbed. Or the tar starting to run out of the square holder.

If you have one, from a old ranger, or a parts truck, or just sitting on the shelf. Please let me know. I think my engine will run better with this module replaced.

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