May be part of the hazard warning module and replaced as a unit
possible it could be the cam shaft position sensor or it could be the control module in the distributor.
No it will not cause misfire.
Check the ignition control module...notorious for this problem
Have the ignition module and coil packs checked.
did you changed your thermostat? You MUST keep around 195 degree thermostat in the vehicle at ALL TIMES due to the computer system. The ignition module usually gets hot due to corroded electrical connections at the ignition module and or the module is HEAT SENSITIVE and needs to be replaced. (plug wires) Ignition misfire can produce a variety of driveability symptoms including hard starting, rough idle, hesitation....
If a defective ignition module, (or bad plugs/ wires) causes a misfire condition, one or more plugs won't fire. The uneven power pulses cause engine shaking.
Could be a broken timing belt or a bad Engine Control Module.
The transmission is controlled by the engine computer. It can be replaced.
The daytime running light module on the 1992 Lumina Euro is located in the fuse panel below the steering column. On certain models, this module is found behind the glove compartment.?æ
should be on right side, front of engine. at upper radiater hose, if not there check the thermostat housing!! on the 3.1 it is located by the ignition control module.
Without an engine size we guess but if you can't see them then they're under the center plastic cover of the engine. Cover will have coils,wire boots, module & plugs under it.
Misfire Faulty: spark plug, spark plug wire, ignition coil, ignition module, fuel injector are the most common. Coolant leaking into a cylinder is another. Internal engine problems such as burnt valve, broken valve spring, bent push rod, worn rings
The ESC, Electronic Spark Control, Module is located on the radiator side of the engine block, directly beneath and screwed to the coil pack assembly.
The intermittent power window module for your 1996 Chevy Lumina can be found inside of the driver door. You will need to remove the door panel in order to access the power window module.
just found out that it needed a fuel pump. engine was flooded and needed to dry up.
most 2000 model year focus have a fuel delivery module recall.
under pass seat
under the right rear window trim.
have you tried changing the ingnition module
PO301- Cylinder One misfire could be a bad plug or wire if not that, then coil or ignition module
IT's a module that controls the Deployment of the air bag & needs 2 b replaced when a new air bag is replaced.
The ignition module is located under the coil pack. Follow the spark plug wires to find the coil.
the module is under the coils, unplug the wires, unbot all three coils and unbolt the module. Make sure to use plenty of dielectric grease for a good ground