V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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I bet no one can figure this one out. 3 mechanics and one Ford dealer later, no one, and I mean no one after hours of searching, can find the ICM on my 1997 stang(3.8). Checked Chilton and Haynes, checked Alldata, checked everything. Autozone(where I bought the part) says it's in the interior passenger's wheel well near the strut tower, but I've only found another module there. Help(!), I've got to change the thing; when it gets hot the car stalls - even on the highway, so it's a dangerous situation.
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Well I cant find anything on a Ignition control module but I can find information about a camshaft positioning sensor. I just recently replaced one on my brothers 98 V6 . I think an ICM may be for a distributor motor. I think you picked up the wrong part buddy.They also have a CKP which is a crankshaft position sensor. If you can get a picture of this part I will be able to tell you where it goes. If it goes with your car.
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