A common failure item on a SHO is the CCRM module. It is located between the plastic radiator cover and the radiator. The CCRM controls the fuel pump and the cooling fan circuits. Common symptoms of a failed CCRM are no power to the fuel pump or cooling fans that do not operate.
The good news is, it is easy to change the CCRM and get you back on the road. The bad news is, new CCRMs are almost impossible to find, and they rust out and corrode in areas that use salt.
SHO Source has a limited number of excellent condition used CCRMs from rust free west coast cars. These CCRMs are tested good, but since they are an electronic part that can be damaged if improperly installed, there is no warranty (but you really won't need a warranty).
Make sure you select the correct application for your car. If you suspect your CCRM is not working, it might also be because someone installed the wrong one. It is critical that the correct CCRM be installed for the year and model of car. The CCRM model can be identified by the large letter code printed on the cover of the CCRM (under the foam pad).
M code was used for 89-93 MTX
J code was used for 93-95 ATX
D code was used for 94-95 MTX
R code was used for 96-99 V8
Installation of a CCRM has a difficulty of 1 out of 10.
Ensure you order the correct CCRM for your car even if the CCRM in your car has a different letter (many times people install the wrong CCRM and it will cause problems)
Always disconnect the battery before changing a CCRM to minimize the chance of damaging the electronics.
1989-1995 Taurus SHO
1996-1999 Taurus SHO
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