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Old 08-05-2007
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Icon5 Computer On Core Support

so yea i kinda drilled thru that one..lol what years and what models woth the same motor will work? i pulled one of a explorer and the truck will not fire and the rpm gauge while cranking jumps around ..

iam talking about the computer thing on the core support right next to the radiator this is on a 93 4.0ohv model
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the only spot the ECM was located was in the firewall.....

can you post a picture of what you are talking about?

more than likely you will have to get one from a Ranger with the same specs (just as long as it is a 4.0 OHV it shouldn't matter what year)
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i am going to work on my truck today so i will take a pic of the computer looking thing i drilled thru..its small with a nice sized harness it says motor craft real big on it..truck was working before drilling thru it so thats how i know it was that
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well next time don't drill through it
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wtf idk what your talking about definally get a pic...
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well next time don't drill through it
lol if i knew it was there i wouldn't have...haha..next time i will look before drilling..haha
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heres what iam talking about

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cant say i have ever seen one of those
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its an ignition modual.. just get one that has the same part number on it as yours


i have 2 lyeing around here somewhere get me the part number off your origonal one, i might be able to help

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its an ignition modual.. just get one that has the same part number on it as yours


i have 2 lyeing around here somewhere get me the part number off your origonal one, i might be able to help

JOSH
i kinda threw the original one into a fire...lol
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lmao.. wow.. so time to hit up a junkyard then??

And cut those finger nails foo..

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lmao.. wow.. so time to hit up a junkyard then??

And cut those finger nails foo..

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yea i am going to try to get by one tomorrow...and the fingernails..well i only have thumbnails and pinky nails that are long...what can i say they make good booger rakes...bahaha
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i kinda threw the original one into a fire...lol

lol not a smart move.
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lol not a smart move.
no but shyt happens..haha i think its funny i drilled into it in the first place..lol
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