Similar Problems found on Ford Ranger 1994, other as well (1983 - 1995) against Ford on many cars from Oct 13, 2000 because they misled NHTSA and the public by hidding poor design practices in relationtothe ignition modules, some people die because of this. The ignition module is seated on the engine block and it can not take all the heat even if thermal grease is used, eventually it dies, and the cars stall. Talk to your local dealer maybe they can give you at least a discount on fixing the problem since it has been a while since the seatlement......
Check Gas pump and relays
The CCRM is a set of 4 relays in one module. The relays are : 1. Relay for the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) 2. Relays for the high and low radiator fan speeds. 3. Relay for the fuel pump. 4. Relay for the Air Conditioning clutch on the compressor.
Check fuses and relays. If you have power coming from the ignition switch but not getting to the starter there might be a bad fuse or relay or wire. Also make sure you have the wiring correct to the starter since you just replaced it.
Check the ignition module & pickup. You may find the problem there.
If the fuse keeps blowing then there is a short somewhere in the wiring. The best thing to do is recheck the wiring on the wiper motor, switches, and relays.
It could be ignition module.
Are there 2 square relays in a box ? I believe those are your turn signal and hazard flasher relays.
I have the same problem, I wonder if it could be one of the relays near the fan? Jim. There is a rear blower motor relay module. It consists of two paired relays. These relays control rear blower speed based on speed input from the rear electronic module. You could check the operation of these two relays by switching the speed control and holding your finger on the relays. You should feel them change state. Also, check fuse 23 (40 amp) in the fuse box at the left side of the dash. This fuse supplies power to the relay coil circuits. If all of this is in order, then I would suspect the rear electronic module. I just had mine replaced for a different reason and it cost about 300.00. This must be done by Ford as the program from the old module must be downloaded and then uploaded to the new module. Yet another way to get money out of us. As stated previously there are 2 relays that control the rear blower motor. I had the same problem on my windstar and found that one of the wires to the relay had broken. Repaired the broken wire and it was fixed.
The Constant Control Relay Module(CCRM)interfaces with the Power Control Module(PCM)to provide control of the cooling fan, A/C Clutch and fuel pump. The module also includes the electronic engine control(EEC)relay to provide power the PCMThe CCRM is a set of 4 relays in one module. The relays are :1. Relay for the PCM (Powertrain Control Module)2. Relays for the high and low radiator fan speeds.3. Relay for the fuel pump.4. Relay for the Air Conditioning clutch on the compressor.
have you checked fuses and relays? Yes, I actually replaced the blower motor module & that didn't work. The Blower Motor itself spins freely & there doesn't seem to be any electrical issues. Could it be the Blower Motor speed switch??? If so, is that hard to access?
Relays are always found in the engine bay, fuse box.
The headlight relay is in the Light Control Module (LCM).
This is an extremely broad question. Please be more specific.
I have the same year and make of pickup. the problem is in 1988 depending on how early or how late in the year it was produced it could have 2 different ignition systems. if its a late model like mine it wont have an ignition module. late models ran a hall effects pick up in the distributor. which just relays a signal to the computer and tells it when to ground the coil to send spark to the distributor. but on the early models it should be on the fire wall or the drivers side fender well. good luck hope this helps you
In a 1998 Ford Ranger : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side : ( # 6 is a 10 amp fuse for the Powertrain Control Module , PCM ) You can view the 1998 Ford Ranger owners manual on-line at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 94 , it has the diagrams and lists )
Right side of dashboard, behind the glovebox, and then behind the bank of relays. It is screwed to the back of the bracket that is supporting the relays.
the fuel pump relay is located in the constant control relay module ( a black box about 6x4x1 inches in diameter) and should be located on the left shock tower near the battery. it has a double connector and about 17 to 18 wires. there are also other relays in the module, i am not sure whether the relays are replcaeable or if you will have to by the whole module.
top left side of dash board, two relays
The 2000 Ford Mustang fuel pump relay is located in the CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module). It is located inside the inner front left (passenger-side) fender. Please note, the CCRM also houses other relays such as the PCM power relay, fan, relay, ect. and thus on relay cannot be replaced... the entire assembly must be replaced if one of any of the relays go bad.
Ingnition switch, relays/fuses, wires. Depending on year ecm(engine control module) 1-12 coil packs, or distributor and spark plug wires and spark plugs. Can have knock sensors, which adjust timing to compensate of fuel/atmospheric conditions.
Under the hood on the fire wall, it under the fuse and relays move your fuses and relays you will see three bolts in a triangle pattern that's the bcm
I purchased the exact vehicle and it also would crank and not start. It is probably a fuel injected engine. The previous owner had already replaced the electric fuel pump. I replaced both relays located under a plastic thing screwed to the passenger's side in the engine compartment.(I believe they are for ignition and electric fuel pump) There will be bundles of wired which you will see plegged-into the relays from the bottom. The relays are a little hard to release from the plastic thing bolted to the fender, so it may help you to see if you unbolt the relay holder from the fender and look inside. - Fellow van owner. I purchased the exact vehicle and it also would crank and not start. It is probably a fuel injected engine. The previous owner had already replaced the electric fuel pump. I replaced both relays located under a plastic thing screwed to the passenger's side in the engine compartment.(I believe they are for ignition and electric fuel pump) There will be bundles of wired which you will see plegged-into the relays from the bottom. The relays are a little hard to release from the plastic thing bolted to the fender, so it may help you to see if you unbolt the relay holder from the fender and look inside. - Fellow van owner.
In the front right side of to the radiator,part of the over flow bottle bracket assem. It's a black box with a large plug on it its called a "Body Control Module" or "CCRM" it has several relays that can't be replaced individually .it has the A/C ,Hi and Low fan controls ,Fuel pump relays in it . About $100 for a rebuilt one.
The CCRM is a set of relays in the same box. The relays control the radiator cooling fan, the PCM, the fuel pump and the A/C compressor. Pre-97 Escorts had separate relays on the above functions. Starting in 97 continuing through 2002 they put all the relays in one box.
in the engine compartment you have relays at lease on my 1993 i have 4 the no. 4 relay if removed car wont start try this. I have a 1990 aerostar 3.0, I shut it off and at the store, then wouldn't start, and I replaced the module on the side of the distributer and it fixed the problem.