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1989 ford ranger location of ignition control module

\015 Where is the ignition control module located\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-12-2018

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Check for a Thick Film Integrated (TFI) Module attached to the outside of the distrfibutor with about an 8 wire plug on it. That is Ford's ignition module. My recollection is the two screws attaching it to the distributor are odd-ball 7/32 in. size. If the module is taken off, use special ford di-electric grease on the base before re-attaching. For heat dissipation.
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