How to remove ignition control module on 1987 ford bronco, full size.

Asked by Mar 17, 2013 at 08:15 PM about the Ford Bronco

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Is the module Distributor mounted or remote mounted?

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Ford Broncos from the years 1987-1991 have their ECMs located in the same place, under the dash, if you are referring to the remote as tennisshoes mentioned. It simply unbolts and has a wire connector that has clips that you may need a little screwdriver to get apart

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