It should be the same as on my 91 grand prix se, i had to remove the upper motor mounts from the radiator support, then remove the electronic fans. once you do this you can access the coil packs, they each have 2 5.5mm bolts holding them in, there is a total of 3 coil packs on top of the ignition module. once you remove the 6 bolts, the ignition module comes off. there are 2 connectors plugged into it. once you carefully remove the plugs it comes right out. it took me about an hour.
ignition what? coil, swicth,module, lock cylinder? gm Jim
Behind the ENGINE
The ignition timing is controled by the PCM (computer), which is located below the master cylender inside the dash panel. There is no separate ignition module.
where is the ignition control module located on mercury marquis
Module is located under coil packs at front of engine above starter motor.Label all plug wires, you may have to remove starter to get to it...
1997 Jeep no used LX235 ignition control module
Not sure what the symptoms are, but I am guessing you are referring to the anti-theft module. It is located in the ignition cylinder lock. It is common for this to go bad in the Grand Am and other GM products. Not sure what the symptoms are, but I am guessing you are referring to the anti-theft module. It is located in the ignition cylinder lock. It is common for this to go bad in the Grand Am and other GM products.
Replace the ignition control module
1983 doesnt have a crankshaft position sensor. you have an ignition module located on the side of the distributor.
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First off, does it turn over (crank) and not start? If it does and the motor sounds like it should start and it doesn't then check and see if your car is equipped with an ignition module, which I'm pretty sure it does. If it has an ignition module, replace that and it should solve your problem. Ignition modules are inexpensive and easy to install.
Under the dash attached to the steering column.
It depends on the engine. If it is a 3.3 v6, you will locate it under the 3 ignition coils. Unbolt each coil, 2 screws per coil, and the unit will be free, other than the primary wiring harness. The primary wiring harness is connected by a bolt, through the connector and into the module.
where dose daytime running lamp module go on92 mercury grand marquis need to replace one
Sounds like a 2.3 quad 4 motor. There is a "panel" on the top of the motor, called a housing cover. It has the ignition module and ignition coils under it. Below them are boots (replace them) and the plugs.
Remove the wiring harness from your 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis ignition coil. Remove the ignition coil retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new ignition coil.
there is a coil on each plug
behind the ignition switch they go bad often
Im not familiar with grand ams with the 2.3L having TFI. That's a ford thing more like. But nonetheless the 2.3L grand ams used direct ignition and the ignition module is bolted to the direct ignition plate above the valve cover. This is the cover that says 2.3L Quad OHC. To remove this there is a harness connectopr that enters the side of this plate. This is the harness for the ignition module, so if you can find this harness then you found the module. There are a few bolts on this top cover. Remove them and then the cover should pull up. The plug boots wuill come with this whole assembly(hence the direct ignition name, no plug wires involved.Let me know if you need any more information.
The starter relay is out. Or the ignition module. Or the ignition switch is out. And its the odds in that order. Greatest to least.
You will need to remove the retaining ring at the top of your 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan ignition switch. Slide the ignition switch out and remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new ignition switch.
I would take ignition module off and have it check at one of the autoparts stores if good i would replace crank sensor .
If it is 2,4 l twin cam than you have to take down metal cover on top of your engine (4 long bolts) lift it slowly and when you turn it upside down you will see ignition module with ignition coil attached to the cover. There is no spark plug wires but boots.
dude...change the ecm and get it over with
loose wire or most likely ignition module