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    Default Resistor? Ammeter? What is?

    Can anyone identify this electrical component? It is located under the starter relay bundled into a wire harness which runs along the engine well and under the battery box. 3 wires attach to a quick disconnect into the ignition control module box ( I think). Can I replace this, if so with what?Name:  IMG_0008.jpg
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    I'm also curious as to what this is. I noticed it when I redid my voltage regulator wiring.
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    I'm trying to figure out why my ammeter doesn't work. I guess I'll have to pull the cluster to make sure it's still good.
    1985 Mustang GT conv. modified 4180C, Weiand Street Warrior intake manifold, equal length headers, true dual exhaust, 3.55:1 8.8'' rear end, 180* thermostat, Ford Racing 10.5" clutch. Garage dweller.

    1998 Mustang GT auto. Stock and slow daily driver.

    1996 Thunderbird LX 4.6L V8. Wrecked, drag racing in heaven. RIP Oct 1995-March 24, 2016.

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