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Old 05-30-2007, 09:30   #1 (permalink)
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Question 84 Turbo mustang help...

I have what I thought was an ign control box on this 1984 ...4 cyl turbo mustang...when I went to the dealer and gave them the ford part number ... E4ZX5F260AB they told be it doesn't exist and they have no idea what it is...
this sure looks like an old style ford control box...it is powered and has a signal from the hall effect switch and spout conector running into it and two wires running from it to the coil...also it has two wires running to a sensor on the turbo intake housing...
any help would be greatly appreciated here...
again the ford part number on this box is...E4ZX5F260AB

Help...
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