Behind the passenger side kick panel
The computer module for the keyless entry system on the 2006 Ford Explorer is behind the rear passenger seat. It is located under the seat belt panel.
The powertrain control module on 1991 and 1992 Ford Explorer is in the right front passenger area behind the right front kick panel
On a 2001 Ford Explorer the airbag control module is located behind the passenger side kick panel (located to the right of the passengers right foot if seated in the vehicle).
On a 1994 Ford Explorer, the computer module is behind the kick panel on the passenger front side.
The 2007 Ford Explorer computer module is located below the dashboard, on the passenger side. The computer module is in a rectangle steel box.
On 1991 and 1992 Ford Explorer's , the powertrain control module (PCM) is located in the right front passenger area behind the right side kick panel by the passenger's right foot.
The security module on 2002 Ford Explorer is on the passenger side, second row behind the seat belt panel.
on the module located behind the passenger rear seat under the carpet
The 4x4 control module is located behind the kick panel in the passenger side floor board. The module simply unplugs and you plug the new one in.
Behind the dash...you have to remove your glove compartment door, be careful not to set off the passenger air bag.
behind the dash on the passenger side.
I don't know if your Ranger is the same but on the 2001 Ford Explorer the 4X4 module is located behind the right front passenger kick panel
behind the rear window under the trim on the passenger side
on a 97 its behind the passenger side kick panel
One end of the powertrain control module is visible from your engine compartment.It passes through the firewall on your passenger side. The rest of the PCM module is "hidden" under your dash behind your glove compartment.
behind the glove box
It is inside a module box that is located on the passenger side "C" pillar just behind and at the bottom of that pillar's snap on interior cover. It is just behind where the seat belt comes out on the passenger side of the second row seat.
According to my Haynes repair manual 2001 and later models have a separate control module just for the 4X4 system that is located behind the right front passenger kick panel.
It is located on the passenger side behind the glove box.
Behind the glove compartment or behind the passenger side kick panel.
You can see the wiring harness to the POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE ( PCM ) in the engine compartment , on the firewall , on the passenger side . The rest of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment
I just learned something ! That the EEC computer and the powertrain control module are the same thing ! On the 1991 and 1992 models the powertrain control module (PCM) is located in the right front passenger area behind the right side kick panel.
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.
Behind the "loaf of bread" on the passenger side dash that says "CORVETTE" on it.