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Old 10-24-2009, 04:21 AM   #1
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Default 94 - 95 mustang CCRM

Hope you dont mined my asking this question here.

There is a Big letter printed on the CCRM and I heard some are not interchangeable between say a mustang and a taurus

So what letters came in the 94-95 stangs?
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Um, M-U-S-T-A-N-G?
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what the hell is a ccrm? Ive got a Mustang and have never heard of that.
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CCRM or IRCM is called constant control relay module or integrated control relay module

In the 94 -95 its up by the radiator it controls fuel pump, high and low fan, A/C clutch.


And nice try but no not M-U-S-T-A-N-G some have a letter R some have a J
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welllllll lets just say that i couldn't find a camshaft position sensor for my mustang.... my local parts store carried one but it wasn't the right size.... my mustang was a 95, and i had them order a camshaft position sensor for a 93 taurus.... it fit perfect.... so yes, some mustang and taurus parts ARE interchangeable, but im not sure if the constant control relay module is or not.... i had to replace about everything on my car (because i was extremely hard on it and broke alot of things), but i never had to replace the constant control relay module....
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