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1998 ford ranger 3.0 ltr. pcm/AICE chip what is it ? and where is it?

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Power Control Module
Located on driver's side of firewall. It plugs in to a harness that all your sensors, wiring and everything else connects to it. It attaches to car's computer and transfers power to and from different units.

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Fig. 1 The calibration number will be needed to order such parts as a replacement PCM, various sensors, and almost any emission control component. Typically this number is attached to a label found on the driver's door or the door pillar


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Fig. 2 Loosen the connector retaining bolt and remove the PCM connector

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Fig. 3 Remove the passenger side front door scuff plate

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Fig. 4 Remove the passenger side kick panel

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Fig. 5 Remove the PCM bracket clip and remove the PCM
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