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CCRM

are they the same on a cobra and a GT??? how much am i looking at if i buy this babby new, how do i test to see if its doing what i need it to do, heres the deal


first off after the car sits you have to cycle the key switch several times for it to start
sometimes when your going down the road it will just die under normal driveing conditions but always almost autmaticley starts back when going down the road but when it dies while stoped it has a hell of a time restarting.

i went buy the local mustang shop and bought a walbro 190 LPH pump 109.25$ includeing tax at blue ovail classics in kingsport Tn. great place to deal with!


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I dont think the CCRM would be related to your car dying. I think it just controls the high and low speed relays for the fan. They run around 150 bucks. I think the cobra and GT is the same, not really sure though. Do a search on CCRM, there is a guy on here who is wanting to sell a new one he did not need.


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im thinking the fuel pump relay might be kicking out, i know this want be the cause of haveing to cycle the key, but im keeping all options open!

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The CCRM controls, Fuel Pump, A/C compressor clutch, EEC power and High /Low fan. Based on your problem I would have to say your CCRM is on its way out.

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My vote would be a bad TFI module...

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Re: CCRM

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first off after the car sits you have to cycle the key switch several times for it to start
sometimes when your going down the road it will just die under normal driveing conditions but always almost autmaticley starts back when going down the road but when it dies while stoped it has a hell of a time restarting.
You just described the problem ive been having exactly. Same symptoms, i just replaced my distributor two days ago and havent had the problem occur again yet. What is the CCRM module?
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My Bad!!! I got this post confused with another one also having fan problems, I just reread the original post and have to add my vote with Don, the TFI or the pickup in the distributor is the likely suspect here.

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If you have to cycle switch several times to start, then the valve in the fuel pump is bad. Replace the fuel pump. The bad valve is letting the fuel system drain back to tank after sitting awhile. So, when starting it take it longer to pump back pressure.

1994 cobra # 1067
white ex./black leather int.
-Crane 2031 cam
-Bullit suspension
-BBK off road h-pipe
-basani cat-back
-superchips power chip
-mac cold air induction
-frpp king cobra clutch
-18" konig wheels with nitto 555zr
- 3:73 Ford racing gears
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-Auburn HD limited slip diff.
- 75 mm bullet MAF

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My vote would be a bad TFI module...

from my experences with TFI problems the vehicles usually wont start back untill it cools off.
had a 94 in the shop the other day when it got hot the car would die and not start back, you could pour water on it and it would fire right up.

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Hot TFI Modules....

Shouldn't be happening in the SN95's because it should be mounted on pass fenderwell under intake tubing. Ford is in a class action suit regarding TFI modules that were distibutor mounted and the stall problem has been linked to several deaths from the resulting accidents. DO a internet search for TFI and you will find several sites detailing the problems and lawsuit. THere may be others with this problem that are TFI related but aren't covered in the recall/suit beacue the module was moved to a cooler location (used to be distributor mounted).


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TFI Sites...

OK.. I was lazy... let me redeem myself....

http://www.tfisettlement.com/

http://www.wrenchead.ca/HTML%20Prese...der/sld058.htm

http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/...ion-settle.htm

There are more out there....

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