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The only way is to have the engine control module reprogrammed.
You don't, it is done by the ECM (Engine Control Module).
I'm pretty sure the 85 model year was still a mechanical engine.
Where is the control module located on the 1983 Chevy blazer
There is no ECM in the 1985 S10, it is carbourated.
The intake runner control is in he intake manifold. It consists of a shaft and 3 butterfly valves for each cylinder bank. The opening of these valves are controlled by an electronic module located on the back of the engine behind the intake manifold ducting on top of the engine. Each set of butterfly valves are connected to the module by a link. When the computer notifies the module to open the butterfly valves, it rotates a small motor in the module, moves the links and opens the butterfly valves. The module is very difficult to get to and you must remove the top ducting to see the links and the butterfly valves
Owners manual, positive.
The temp sensor for the ECM (engine control module) is next to the thermostat housing.
Where is the tcm in a 1994 chevy S10 Blazer
It located as you are looking at the engine to the left of the tbi on a mounting bracket on top of the bracket it has a four wire connector connecting to the module
module locatedwhere is the module on a 9 Chevy blazer
Usually found behind/under the glove box or behind the kick panel.
That year did not have a controll module.
The check engine light is triggered by the Engine Control Module (ECM). The ECM receives information from many sensors and determines when to illuminate the check engine light.
Depending on what type engine you have, the ignition module may be an integral part of the distributor cap.
The location of the crankshaft position sensor depends on which engine your car has. If it is the 2.5L 4 cylinder it is below the intake manifold behind the ignition module. If it is the 2.8L V6 it is below the exhaust manifold on the firewall side of the engine block, in about the center of the engine.
The 1990 Chevy Celebrity engine is distributorless, the ignition is handled by a combination of the engine control module(computer) and the ignition control module. You did not mention which engine the car has. If your car has the 4 cylinder engine the ignition control module is below the intake manifold at the rear of the engine. You can follow the spark plug wires to it. The coils are mounted to the ignition control module. If your car has the V6 the ignition control module is near the starter and again you can follow the spark plug wires to it. Again the coils are mounted to the ignition control module.
At the front of the engine, behind a plastic cover, just above the exhaust manifold. There are 4 clips that hold the cover to the ignition module. Under the cover, there are 2 bolts that secure the ignition module to the engine. Disconnect the wiring plug on the end of the ignition module. Undo the bolts and use them to extract the module, then remove the plugs as normal.
Remove the wiring harness from your 1995 Chevy Blazer ignition control module. Remove the ignition control module retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new ignition control module.
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There is an output coming from the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) and an input going into the ECM (Engine Control Module).
The ignition module on a 1988 Chevy Celebrity with 2.5 engine is on the side of the block beneath the intake manifold. You can simply follow the spark plug wires to it. As information the crankshaft position sensor is behind the ignition module.
If your 1987 Celebrity has the 4 cylinder 2.5L engine The ignition module is mounted to the engine block beneath the intake manifold. First unplug the electrical connector, then mark the spark plug wires so you know where to put them back and unplug the spark plug wires. Remove the bolts that hold the ignition module in place. Then unplug the module from the crankshaft position sensor and remove the module from the vehicle. Reverse the procedure to reinstall. If your vehicle has the V6 2.8L engine: Raise the car and put on stands as necessary. The ignition module is bolted to the block below the exhaust manifold on the radiator side of the engine. Unplug the electrical connections. Mark the spark plug wires so you know where to put them back and unplug them. Next remove the bolts that hold the module in place and remove it. Reverse the procedure to reinstall.
It will not run if you bypass the ignition module (no spark).