5.5mm bolts are the kind of bolts that hold the ignition control module in a 1987 Ranger 2.3L. However, 5.0mm bolts may also work.
Remove 2 bolts. LOL mine is located on the throttle body
The ignition control module is located under the electronic ignition control module cover. On a 1997 2.4L cavalier, it will have the words 2.4L twin cam stamped on it. It is on the top of the engine and is held in place with four bolts. This cover must be removed to get to the spark plugs.
Not knowing what module, the ignition control module is behind the coil packs. 3 bolts hold all together against block, under the intake lower to mid center U
ignition control module on a 95 cavalier is locate on rear of engine facing fire wall. Attached by 2 bolts and has a snap connector. Best to have very small hands or drop engine to replace
The Ignition Control Module (ICM) is located directly above the coil. If you remove the 2 bolts holding the coil on and then romove the coil mounting plate from the car you will see a small rectangular module with wires plugged into it. This is the ICM.
If you have a 350 with HEI (electronic ignition), it will be under the distributor cap, under the rotor, bolted with two small bolts to the landing of the distributor.Hope that helps.
Should be about 4-6 bolts holding the coils down to the ignition module, unscrew them bolts and then pull the coils up from ignition module, but disconnect your ground to your battery first and with precise placement, the plug wires as well
The ICM is located on the passenger side, up under the dashboard. Remove the glove box and you can see it. It will be bolted to the side panel It is held on by 2 bolts, one on top, one on bottom. Disconect battery before removing! The above is the location of the engine control module or computer. If your car has the V6: The ignition control module is mounted to the lower part of the engine block on the radiator side of the engine. If you follow the spark plug wires down they will lead you to it. The coils are bolted to the ignition control module. If your car has the 4 cylinder engine: The ignition control module is below the intake manifold towards the rear of the engine. The spark plug wires will lead you directly to it. The coils are mounted on the ignition control module. It is in a awkward spot to get to.
Unplug the two wire connectors located above the ignition coils (one has two wires the other larger one has three wires, usually) remove the two ignition coils (4 X 5.5mm bolts). The module is located under the two coils (the coils plug directly into the module).
The ignition control module is located within the distributor housing, so you need to remove the distributor, which is held in by two bolts, remember to slack off the valve cover bolts around the distributor, this facilitates the removal process, don't worry about the valve cover gasket it's an o-ring type gasket so it will reseal itself when you tighten the valve cover bolts .
At the front of the engine, behind a plastic cover, just above the exhaust manifold. There are 4 clips that hold the cover to the ignition module. Under the cover, there are 2 bolts that secure the ignition module to the engine. Disconnect the wiring plug on the end of the ignition module. Undo the bolts and use them to extract the module, then remove the plugs as normal.
Remove the 3 coils which are help on by 2 5.5 mm bolts each. The module is now free. Remove electrical connector from ignition module. - Tech JK -----------------------------------
ignition module is located under the distributor, where the spark plugs come out to go to the spark plugs, remove 6 bolts that hold the 3 capped distributor on, unplug the wires from both ends of module, 3 plugs, lift module out, nothing holds it in after distributor is removed, plug new module in, replace distributor.
The ignition module is right underneath the ignition coils. The ignition coils are what the spark plugs attach to. My alro was riding really rough so i just changed my coils and module for $200 and it runs like new. All you do is unplug the wires, unscrew the coils(6 bolts) and there is your module. :) Hope this helps!!
Look behind the red colored dipstick. You will see 2 ignition coils side by side (the spark plug wires connect to them) these are mounted on top of the ignition module. Each coil connects 2 spark plug wires. The coils have 2 bolts that hold them to the block. Disconnect the 2 plugs at the top of the ignition module. Remove the bolts holding the ignition coils to the ignition module and the whole assembly will come off.When replacing the coils, the spark plug order from left to right is 4-1-2-3 (the cylinder order on the block from left to right is 1-2-3-4).
The ignition module is located under the three ignition coils. The same bolts that hold the coils in place also retain the module to the mounting bracket. To find the coils, follow the ignition wires from the front of the engine to where they attach at the rear. The wires clip to the coils.
GM Corsica/Beretta 1988-1996 Repair Guide1993 Chevrolet Corsica 2.2L SFI OHV 4cylControl Module-Ignition:Located under hood, driver side, rear engine area, under exhaust manifold, mounted under ignition coil packRemoval & Installation:# Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Detach the 8 or 11-pin harness connector from the coil and module assembly. # Remove the ignition assembly-to-camshaft housing attaching bolts. # Carefully remove the ignition assembly from the engine.If the spark plug boots present a problem coming off, it may be necessary to use a special removal tool, first twisting and pulling upward on the retainers.# Remove the ignition coil housing-to-cover bolts/screws. # Remove the cover from the coil housing. # Unplug the coil harness connector from the module. # Remove the screws attaching the module to the ignition assembly cover.If the same module is going to be replaced, take care not to remove the grease from the module or coil. If a new module is to be installed, a package of silicone grease will be included with it. This grease aids in preventing the module from overheating.To install:# Place the module on the ignition cover and install the attaching bolts/screws. Tighten the attaching bolts/screws to 35 inch lbs. (4 Nm). # Connect the coil harness connector to the module. # Assemble the module cover to the coil housing and install the attaching bolts. Tighten the attaching bolts to 35 inch lbs. (4 Nm). # Install the spark plug boots and retainers on the ignition assembly housing secondary terminals.If the boots and retainers are not in place on the housing secondary terminals prior to installing the ignition assembly, damage to the ignition system may result.# Position the ignition assembly to the engine while carefully aligning the boots to the spark plug terminals. # Coat the ignition assembly-to-camshaft housing attaching bolts with an approved lubricant and install them into the housing. # Tighten the attaching bolts to 16-19 ft. lbs. (22-26 Nm). # Attach the harness connector to the ignition coil module assembly. # Connect the negative battery cable. # Start the engine and check for proper operation and performance.
part of your coil pack could be bad or your ignition control module could be bad it just bolts right on top of your coil pack
If its a 2.2L, its located behind coil packs. 4 bolts hold it all together on block. as for wiring,it has 3 plug ins
Crook Ignition module. Guaranteed. Bolts onto side of distributor.
The ignition module sits at the driver end of engine near the transmission, It is obvious as six plug leads come out of it. Remove all leads and connectors and unscrew four bolts on the corners of the module. I believe they are 7mm bolts on most '95 -'03 Taurus and Sable. Now fit you new module ans re-connect wires. All can be done in less than30 minutes, don't waste money taking it to a dealership.
The ignition control module is located behind the 3 coil packs on the front of the engine, beneath the front valve cover. Removing the fan shroud will help give you more room to work but it is still a tight space to work. The Coils are mounted on top of the ignition control module, so you will have to remove them from the whole assembly. If you look at the assembly behind the coils and see the wires hooking to it then look for the bolts holding them in place. Make sure to par attention to the location of the coils and wires coming from the spark plugs. The ignition control module is located behind the 3 coil packs on the front of the engine, beneath the front valve cover. Removing the fan shroud will help give you more room to work but it is still a tight space to work. The Coils are mounted on top of the ignition control module, so you will have to remove them from the whole assembly. If you look at the assembly behind the coils and see the wires hooking to it then look for the bolts holding them in place. Make sure to par attention to the location of the coils and wires coming from the spark plugs.
if u a talking about a control module it is under the distrubitor cap and is held in place with 2 screws If it is a distributorless engine such as the 3.1L, the module is underneath the coil packs. There are 3 of them mounted towards the front of the engine. Follow the spark plug wires. They are two bolts on each coil pack.
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.
If I understand correctly, the Ignition Control Module is located inside of the distributor. To replace it remove the distributor cap, which is locted in the center rear of the engine compartment. If there is adequate room, leave the spark plug and coil wires attached. Set the cap aside and look for a wiring harnes on the bottom of the distributor. I should be attached to a small flat black module that has two small bolts holding it in place. Carefully remove the small bolts, and unplug the harness and remove the Ignition Control Module. Replace and assemble in reverse order. Make sure to get the distributor cap on the same way and do not rotate the distributor during the process.