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Pull off the radiator cap and drive a new ford under it.

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I have a problems with my gage on my 1997 ford Thunderbird the gas go to full all the time what could that be


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Correct eec for 1989 ford f150 5.8l


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Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AL1A
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AL1B
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AL2A
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AL2B
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-ALA
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-ALB
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-AN1A
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-AN1B
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-AN2A
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-AN2B
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-ANA
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-ANB
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AP1A
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AP1B
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AP2A
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-AP2B
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-APA
Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Calif, ID E8TF-APB
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Elec Cont Unit (ECU), 8-351W (5.8L), (AT), Fed, ID E8TF-AK1A
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