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Ok, I picked up a spare A9P out of a 5.0L LX hatch.... it was a 90/91. Strange thing is when I opened the passenger door between the door hinges close to the kick panel there was an "A9P" sticker/tag. Looked very much like the sticker that only designates "A9P" on the ECU. I've never seen that before when looking for computers. Is there any reason why? usually one would have to remove the kick panel to see what ECU was in there.

I got lucky with this one. It was 3 days into the 50% off 4 day sale at the local Pick Your Part. Usually those are missing since I only have weekends. It was an A9P that I pulled and will put it in my LTD LX to test it.

I'm just curious about that one lone "A9P" sticker on the passenger side door jam near the kick panel. Wondering if anybody else has seen that.


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all the mustangs I have owned always have that sticker between the door hinges

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all the mustangs I have owned always have that sticker between the door hinges
Hmmm. I've never seen that before in all my years of SoCal salvage yard hunting.

Why would they put them there on some?

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Here are a couple pictures. The first is of the A9P thats been in my LTD LX for a while. The second pic is of the one I pulled from the yard saturday. Anybody know what the PN's mean?

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i6...psac5c49bb.jpg

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i6...ps54b0e12c.jpg

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