It doesn't run.
Driver side control mudule! Possible broken power wire inside the harness that runs between the body and the door.
my directional lights and speedometer do not work could this be control mudule?
sounds like the headlight control mudule
The tail gate control mudule is located behind the plastic trim (wall) at the left rear of the vehicle. Beside the small compartment and below the rear speaker.....
It on the passanger side right footwell behind the carpet, open the passenger door knell down pull back the carpet under the glovebox on the door side it's a black box with three plugs next to it
under the hood, on the driver side, under the air box, wrapped in a black plastic case.
be sure you are getting fire to the spark plugs via control mudule dist, timing [chain/belt] you are getting fuel but not the right pessure, I had to change the fuel pump and got it running ok $200 changed it myself
Hindi KO Alan sabihin mo sakin Yung sagot Ngayon na bukas KO na ipapasa Yung mudule
try changing the ignition control mudule. it sounds like that's heating up to the point of malfunction causing it to not be able to run the engine properly. the same problem can occur in other vehicles like the 3rd generation Chevy camaros.
BETTER HAVE THE ECM CHECKED.ITS A COMMON PROBLEM ON THESE CARS.ITS LOCATED NEXT TO THE BATTERY ON THE LEFT FRONT FENDER.MINE DID THE SAME THING.THE IGNITION MUDULE IS BUILT INTO THE ECM.
That's an easy one; You can't. If you remove the shell behind the seat (In the trunk) you'll see that the back of the seat is used as a sort of mounting "switchboard" for all the rear applied electronics, i.e. breaklights, air ride wiring, fuel pump mudule, etc.
Fuel pump relay, maybe Remove the ingnition mudule located on the driver's side fender, no on top of the fender skirt, on the fender near the firewall. I think it's a 10mm. It looks like a black box(1 1/2" x 4") mounted in an aluminum heat finned casing. OR it is attached to the bottom of your distributor 9(same physical description minus the aluminum piece). Now that you've found it and taken it off, take it to your local autozone and have tested at least 8 times in order to heat it up to normal operating temp. If it fails, BINGO! You answered the million dollar question that plagues and drives Ford owners insane trying to figure it out. You see, this module when it decides to comletely fail will stop your truck from firing and will stop your fuel pumps from pumping, leaving you dead. NO spark, No fuel. CHECK YOUR RELAYS.......POWER AND FUEL PUMP RELAYS, ONE OR THE OTHER CAN OPEN WHEN HOT RESULTING IN FUEL PUMP SHUTDOWN:
Owner's manual say that 'if the seat belt motor" does not come on after changing the fuses...then move the seat belt mechanism manually to the back and 'usefull' position. My owners manual says there is a 'plastic plug' on the 'b' pillar at the bottom. You have to pry that 'plug' off and insert a tool, that came in my 'flat tire' tool box to manually pull the sealt belt mechanism to the back position. The tool look like a "torx' head screw driver with a 'push' on 'wheel' so you can wheel back the mechanism. I have seen both of these items in my 'flat tire' tool bag that came with the car. I hope I still have them. I will now go out and try it.AnswerMake sure you check the fuses under your hood, I had the same problem on my '90 Accord and it turns out it was some bad fuses. Also check your relays while under the hood.The reason for relays is to provide 12 volt power to anything mechanical or motorized, which is what your seatbelts are. check back and let me know if it worked for you. Good Luck! Answeri also have a Honda accord, 1991.and drivers side only works in the forward position and all fuses look good to me and looked at all connection, all look good ......any help wold be helpful. thanks rig Answerwell..i checked all wires, contacts, plugs, switches with a meterand wire diagram,all in working order. from door latch to the module under passenger side seat.unpluged module and jumped wires and made the seat belt move manually...replaced mudule..........and still didnt work...are there any other switches someplace else?hmmmmm maybe replace with manaul belts?ant guesses will help.....thanks AnswerThere are switches at both ends of the seat belt "runway", try turning off the vehicle, press down on the reset switch, turn car on, hopefully the set belt works now. Also, I have manually moved the seat belt to the locked position, as long as no-one uses that door, the warning "beep" at least goes away.