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Where is the ECU located on a 1998 Ford Explorer Sport 4x4?


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2006-03-06 02:57:33
2006-03-06 02:57:33

Raise the hood, look straight back to the firewall, just under the cowl top panel, almost in the middle of the vehicle, but a little toward the passenger's side. You will see a long connector that is about an inch wide and about 4 inches long, with a 10mm bolt in the middle. That is the PCM connector. Unscrew the bolt to release the connector, and you will see the end of the PCM, which is held in place by a bezel around it, which is held in place by two nuts that I believe are 11mms. The PCM just slides out once that bezel is removed.


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