There is a small vacuum line for accessories in the engine compartment on top of the throtle position sensor that comes off and will cause this problem. very small hose...look on the intake throtle body for the sensor...it will have other vacuum hoses attached there also but this one is easily overlooked cause its so small. Hope this helps
The climate control module is part of the control assembly. The entire assembly has to be replaced as one unit for the 1990 models.
Pull the dash trip off gently from bottom to top, (just the dash trim by the climate control) and there will be 4 screws on the climate control module. Its best to buy a used 1996-1999 Mark VIII Climate Control module, since they have "Hard Buttons" on the climate controls. Pull out the old one, and replace with the new model. Newer model climate control modules are totally compatible w/the 1993-1996 models.
Depends on which computer you are referring to. You have a climate control module, power-train control module, etc.
You will need a couple of Mercedes Benz special keys. The keys slide into the bottom sides of the climate control module to release the locks, then you can pull out the module. The bulb is on the bottom of the unit, just turn counter-clockwise to remove.
Up under the passenger side plastic protector - almost behind the glove box. You will see the air tubes & wires running into a black box there - that is the climate control module.
A diagnostic tester can identify the problem with your Chevrolet Camaro electronic module control. Most Chevrolet dealerships are equipped with diagnostic testing tools.
the problem may be the blower control module.it is located under the hood by the blower motor itself,on the right side.it has a wirer connector plugged into it.remove batt connection.then remove module by removing the two small bolts.look at module one of the coil windings will be bad,if so replace module.
BCM- Body Control Module
Power train control module problem.
ECM, (Engine Control Module, Electronic Control Module) PCM, (Powertrain Control Module, Power Control Module) ECU, (Engine Control Unit, Electronic Control Unit).
Your climate control module is out. We had a 1997 LHS with the same problem. Our fan would only run on high which became very annoying after awhile. Good luck.
Not that I am aware of. Are you sure the body control module is the problem and not the power or grounds. You may even have a bad fan switch.
this link will give u your answer http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/647209-4x4-control-module-4x4-flash-problem-3.html
I have an 89 Delta 88 and if you have Electronic Climate Control there is a control module located just right(passenger side) of center at the firewall. It is in the same location as the blower fan resister assembly on a car with standard a/c controls.
Need to know which control module in question.
What does the general control module control
95% sure airbag control module is on center tunnel behind radio and climate control head. be careful taking it out. radio then a/c head. you may have to move air ducts on the side of tunnel.
the climate control wires all unplug at the actual control module behind the dash then just disconnect all the other electrical and vaccuum lines. And pull the bolts out
Transmission control module.Transmission control module.
Nope. One is a relay, the other is a control module. The control module TELLS the relay when to operate.
the ignition control module is operated by the pcm,the pcm tells the ignition control module when to energize the coils to enable spark
Should find ECM just under center dash below radio and climate control panel
behind the glove box
there is a problem with your bcm or body control module, have it checked
How do I test body control module and is it hard to do..