Question about 1992 Ford Mustang
Take the Ignition Control Module and have it tested at Auto Zone or Oreillys. If it tests ok, buy a tube of dielectric grease and coat the back of the module and reinstall it. Sometimes that will take care of it. If it still isn't firing right, then it could be the Crankshaft Position Sensor. The new ICM would cost around $90. Not sure about the CPS. Myself, I would go ahead and replace the ICM, even though the old one tested positive. Good luck. I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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