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Old 06-11-2014, 11:46 PM   #1
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Default Foam looking thing under the cowl?

Hello. What is the foam under the hood, just by the arms that hinge to raise the hood, just under the cowling for the wipers. It looks to be attached by 1 plastic clip and it looks like a wind guard for the cowling or something. Had my windshield replaces and they crushed it putting the cowling back on. I want to replace a torn one and can't find a name or ford part number.

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It is the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) cover. It does not have a separate part # and is supplied with the PCM support bracket (service part # 12A692).
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It's just foam. I tried to take a pic but it wouldn't upload.

Right below the plastic where the wipers are, there is a plastic front under the hood. On each end is foam about 4"x4" attached by a plastic push type connector. Looks like it stops air from flowing through the cowl from the sides from under the hood. The hinges for the hood are next to this piece on both sides.
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It is the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) cover. It does not have a separate part # and is supplied with the PCM support bracket (service part # 12A692). .
I don't think so. Thanks for your response though.
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Michael7166 - I don't think so. Thanks for your response though.
You're right it's not. The reply was made BEFORE you posted the pic's.

And the parts list that I have doesn't show that part.
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