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A Jet Performance Control Module is ideal for Ford vehicles because their factory computer does not have a chip that can be easily replaced for performance tuning. To solve the problem, JET developed a plug-in module that attaches to the vehicle's computer externally. JET Ford Modules optimize ignition spark advance, air-to-fuel ratios, and transmission shifting for the ultimate in power and mileage gains. JET's exclusive Dynamic Spectrum Tuning provides optimal performance across the entire power band. Great for towing or SUV applications, all-out street performance, and everyday vehicles. Daily drivers can use cheaper regular fuel to possibly get more mileage but, for best results, midgrade fuel or better is suggested.
Does JET Performance 70024 fit your vehicle?
2000 FORD MUSTANG
- Fitment_Note: ECM Located Behind Passenger Side Kick Panel~Internet Updatable
- Liter: 3.8
- SubModel: BASE
- CUI: 232
- EngineType: V6 ( 3.8 L / 232 )
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We are swapping from a automatic to a manual transmission. We will be swapping ecu's also in our 3.8lt mustang. Will the 70023 chip work in the manual ecu or am I stuck having to purchase a new chip?
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