What is ircm ccrm in 1993 Ford Tempo?
IRCM= Integrated Relay Control Module
CCRM= Constant Control Relay Module
They are basically the same thing. The module consists of 4 relays that work in conjunction with the PCM to make things work.
1. Relay for the PCM
2. Relay for the high and low radiator fan speeds
3. Relay for the fuel pump
4. Rely for the Air Conditioning clutch on the compressor
The relay is called the CCRM or IRCM and is located in front of the engine bay, between the air filter and the front passenger light, it has a wiring harness that is screwed into the module. Oh yeah, btw: CCRM = Constant Control Relay Module , IRCM = Integrated Relay Control Module. This relay contols the fan, fuel pump and A/C clutch if I'm not mistaken.
It is built into a module/relay assembly called an Integrated Relay Control Module(IRCM) and it is located directly under the plastic piece running across the radiator support that has all the emmissions stickers on it. Remove the four 8mm screws to remove it and you will see a black box about 4inches by 4 inches. That is the IRCM.
Chances are you have a bad IRCM which stands for integrated relay control module testing it requires a special tool found at the ford dealer or a ford wiring diagram and an electrical engeneering degree. best chances are a junk yard the control module is located on the core support drivers side and has a aproxx 4 inch wide grey connector good luck The ford doctor
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