Free to a good home, two DIS modules from a '94

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  1. shovel

    shovel SHO Member

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    I'm cleaning out my garage, have two DIS modules from my wife's old 1994 3.2 SHO

    One is definitely dead, one is definitely alive. I don't know which. I would just throw them out but I know how these things are getting scarce so come get 'em.

    I'm in south Phoenix and have zero intention to ship them. This is not an attempt to sell anything whatsoever I just want to put some goods in the right hands. probably easiest to get me at shovelize at gmail.com
     
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    Ribitt.94SHO New Member

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    Hey do you still have any parts for your 94?

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920AZ using Tapatalk
     
  3. shovel

    shovel SHO Member

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    Just these two DIS modules and I think I have the "scan tool" (Ford CEL flash counter) .. nothing else. sold the car years ago.
     
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    Do you still have the DIS modules?

    Tom
     
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    All your DIS are belong to me!
     
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    Hahaha, Tim. You funny guy. No ride for you!
     
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