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Where do you find the ignition control module on a 1990 Mercury Cougar?

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2009-03-15 23:40:19
2009-03-15 23:40:19

It is located on the upper radiator bracket on the right side (passenger side) facing the motor near the fender well. 1989 Found in the air dam very front of car Run1

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