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82 ford bronco I need help with small electrical part mounted on left bottom bank. I cannot find answer to what this part is called. It controls electrical system for the motor.

The motor is a 351w. I am trying to wire this and I cannot find any information engine electrical for this. . I have bought two books from parts store...with very little help. Thank you for ANY help.

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