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I have a 1990 Ford Bronco 5.8L 351 and replaced the ignition control module. It started and ran for a few minutes and then shut down. I tried to restart, but was unsucessful. I had power to the fuel pump, had radio, lights, P/W, P/L all working. I replaced all relays (EEC, Fuel Pump, etc.) Now I get no power to the fuel pump, blower motor at startup. No radio, P/W or instrument panel lights either. Cannot find the fusible links to see if that's the problem. All fuses checked and ok.

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Check near the battery, the ground wire may have come loose or is not making good contact

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