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Have a 1990 Ford Bronco 5.8L 351. Replaced Ignition control module on the steering column and it ran for a few minutes. Tried to restart, but would not turn over. Had power to fuel pump, P/W, P/L, blower motor, headlights, hazards. No turn signals, stereo power. Replaced relays to fuel pump, EEC. Would not turn over. Tested all fuses, rechecked wiring to ignition module. Now, no P/W, stereo, turn signals, instrument panel, fuel pump or blower motor. When I tried to turn over, it sounded like a fuse blew, but all fuses still ok. Cannot find fusible links to check for blown fuses.

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    not firing just turning over

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Ok i havea 1990 ford bronco and it runs forabout 5min and the it shuts off

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    ok well what dose that do

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Fusible links will be under hood off of selonide, you will need test light to check because they will not always be obvious.

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