93-96 Lincoln Mark Viii 8 - Ignition Control Module + Bracket (icm /ecm) - Ln on 2040-parts.com
Joelton, Tennessee, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Return policy details:
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Brand:oem ford 93 94 95 96
Placement on Vehicle:Right
- For bid is the ignition control module from my 1994 Lincoln Mark VIII.. Most parts interchange from 93-96 Mark VIII,but I can check part numbers on year other than 94 if needed let me know what year you have.
- CONDITION/LOOKS: The looks are as seen,is used so might be slight fade or have a scuff or something so please see pictures. This car started and ran until the day I pulled this and electrical from it. I pulled this and the small parts I could before I brought it to the junk yard because the engine was knocking.
- GUARANTEE: I guarantee that part will arrive as seen and described with a 14 day satisfaction guarantee.
- SHIPPING: Shipping will be First Class or Priority Mail and sent within 2 business days of purchase with a tracking number added to the purchase details.
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