The powertrain control module (PCM) is visible from the engine compartment. It passes through the firewall on the passenger side. The wiring is on the engine side of the firewall and the body of the PCM is inside the Explorer located behind the glove compartment.
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In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side Location ( # 53 ) is the PCM diode on a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport
On my ( 1995 ) Ford Explorer , # 19 is a 25 amp mini fuse for the ignition coil , PCM system
The PCM ( powertrain control module ) is visible from the engine compartment. It is installed through the firewall on the passenger side , the wiring harness is visible and the rest of the PCM is "hidden" inside the Explorer behind your glove compartment
Reprogram the PCM
A pcm is programmed with a flash capable scan tool.
On a 1997 Ford Ranger : The PCM location should be the same as on my 1995 Ford EXPLORER ( if you look in the engine compartment at the firewall you should see where the wiring harness is bolted to one end of the PCM , it is towards the passenger side of the vehicle , and most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment )
Has to be reprogrammed at a dealer.
unhook the battery terminal and connect it again that will cause the computer to restart meaning reprogram
In a 1995 Ford Ranger : If it is the same as my 1995 Ford EXPLORER , the Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) passes through the firewall One end of the PCM can be seen from the engine compartment , where the wiring harness is bolted to it and most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment area
No, the dealers scan tool is required to program a PCM