If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Replacing all of the above described items certainly seems like it would prevent the possibility of them failing at some point in the future, but if they're all working, why replace them. I was still running on the original injectors, coil pack and control valves on my American built vehicle with over 150,000 miles when I traded it in for a new car. It sounds like a dealer is trying to milk you for whatever they can get. However, maybe they know something that the rest of us don't; maybe those parts tend to fail on that particular vehicle. Either way, I don't think I'd replace all of those parts as routine maintenance.
change the injectors you could have plugged injectors.
Remove the coil packs (follow spark plugs to the coil pack) then remove the control module (sits under the coil packs)
Make sure your Truck is in good maintenance. New plugs, air filter, fuel filter etc. Then check engine codes. Also may want to check coil packs, injectors and give a compression test.
ignition control module
both the 3100 and 3800 series engines have the ignition control module mounted under the coil packs. remove the coil packs and there it is.
there is no distributor. it uses coil packs and control modules
Hydraulic power pack are stand-alone devices, as opposed to a built-in power supply for hydraulic machinery. Some power packs are large, stationary units and others are more portable. They have a hydraulic reservoir, which houses the fluid, regulators that allow users to control the amount of pressure the power pack delivers to a valve, pressure supply lines and relief lines, a pump and a motor to power the pump.FunctionHydraulic power packs typically offer a choice of valve connections, allowing users to connect them to a control valve or valves to power a variety of machines. The power pack supplies hydraulic power through a control valve to run another machine.MaintenanceHydraulic power packs need regular maintenance to extend their life and to allow safe operation. Maintenance includes checking the tubing for dents, cracks or other problems, changing the hydraulic fluid and checking the reservoir for rust or corrosion.
No. The coil packs can be removed without taking the fuel rail off.
The ignition control module is located on the left side of the engine, it is what the coil packs are attached to. If you remove both coil packs and unplug the two connections it will come right off.
no you can get sick
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Go to the Emergency room and get treated for a over-dose.
no.... check the fuel injectors, and the distributor set (or coil packs)
The module is located underneath the coil packs.
UNDER THE COIL PACKS
The 3.1 is very common for fuel injectors plugging up. Take it to an independent Garage and hvae them professionally clean the fuel injectors. The in tank additive will not solve this.
The ignition control module is located directly beneath the coil packs. These can be found at the rear of the engine, on the top center. Just look for where all the spark plug wires connect, those are the coil packs, and they are bolted to the ignition control module. It has three electrical connectors, two on the driver's side and one on the passenger's side.
Why are mustard packs at restaurants smaller than ketchup packs?
Birth controls come in packs of 21 or packs of 28. Packs of 21 have the 3 weeks of the evenly spread hormones which you take around the same time everyday. On your fourth week you DO NOT take ANY birth control and your period should come sometime around that. For packs of 28 (the pack I have) the fourth week is just sugar pills to remind you that you must take the pills everyday. If you have the pack of 28 your period should come around the 2nd or 3rd day you start taking the sugar pills.
They have coil packs so there is not a plug wire to follow, they are above the valve cover right beside the fuel injectors under the coil packs. The coil packs are round and black and the size of a silver dollar. Also you will have to take off the fuel rail to get to them. 2nd answer The fuel rail does not have to be removed. Just remove the connector and the one bolt from the coil and remove coil from the plug well. The fuel rail is not in the way.
follow the spark plug wires to the front of the engine where they connect to the coil packs, remove the coil packs by removing the screws on top and on bottom of each and the I.C.M. is the plate that comes off with the coil packs. the screws should be a 5.5 or 6 m.m.
Trojan condoms come in both single packs and packs of two. The condoms can also be purchased in packs of six, 12, or 24.
Do a compression test Check for plugged catalytic converter
they do NOT live in packs