If you mean the Constant Control Relay Module, it is located under the air filter.
Behind the instrument cluster above the pedals
Your Ignition modules are located in the coil pack on top of your spark plugs.
The powertrain computer, engine and transmission, is located inside the left front fender. You remove the tire and fender liner to access. There are also abs and front control modules under the hood. Inside the cab there are door modules, airbag, air conditioning, instrument cluster, and key/theft modules.
The most common problem for the 1995 Cougar xr7 Transmissions is the shift selenoids and the TCM Transmission control modules needing to be reprogramed common fixes for the shift control module would be a transmission overhaul or replacement do to the fact of the shift control module is located inside of the transmission and as well another cost effective fix is to get the transmission control module reprogrammed.
ECM can stand for Electronic Control Module, or Engine Control Module. A 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada uses a VCM (Vehicle Control Module) which controls the Engine and Transmission. VCM's are commonly referred to as PCM's (Powertrain Control Modules), or ECM's (Engine Control Modules)
Not particularly, especially when you talk about things like ECMs, ABS control modules, body control modules, and other computers in the vehicle.
it may be under the seat where most control modules are
there is no distributor. it uses coil packs and control modules
The ECM is an Engine Control Module . Modern vehicles have many such modules.
It is a metal box with slots cut into it.It is located behind the fuse panel on the driver's side under the dash.If you are looking to replace it, you must get the same exact one for your van. These modules are not 100% interchangeable. There are several modules available.
The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is located on the right firewall directly behind the glove box inside the engine compartment. These control modules are somewhat expensive and have to contain the exact part numbers to accomodate all options. These jewels are programmed by the dealer.
Flasher modules are normally near the fuses in the fuse box.
The 2000 Cadillac traction control module can be found on each wheel. There is a total of four traction control modules.
The powertrain control module is one of the electronic control modules used on a vehicle. Others include antilock brake, airbag, transmission, body,
The powertrain control module is one of many electronic control modules on a 2003 Dodge Caravan.
An Audi A4 1999 hasn't a relay switch. There are control modules located at each door instead. If windows or doors need repair examine fuses first.Ê
Todays GM control modules communicate in several different ways. It depends on the module and the system. Some modules are capable of communicating in more than 1 way, depending on the information needed to be shared with a particular module. The different communication circuits are- Class II, high speed GMLAN, low speed GMLAN, serial data stream.- TechJK ----------------------------------------------------
Stand-alone system or fully integrated with other Maxton modules.
Electronic Control Modules, air bags, crumple panels.
In the 1996-1999 Generation 3 Ford Taurus/Mercury Sable, there are several modules that are utilized in transmission control. The PCM, or "Powertrain Control Module" is responsible for all engine and transmission functions. This is the computer that manages all data to and from the engine and transmission. The Transmission Range Sensor (TRS, Range Module, NSS, Neutral Safety Switch, among other names), determines which gear the user has selected and tells the PCM what to do as a result. The VSS, or "Vehicle Speed Sensor" displays the speed on the speedometer but is also responsible for transmission performance. And on SHO model Tauruses, the ABS Wheel Sensors are instead used to display speedometer information, as well as control the transmissions shifting habits.
Any number of things from a clogged fuel filter, to a faulty ignition component, early 90's hondas are known for their igniters(ingnition control modules) to fail. these are located under the distributor cap.
This is a easy one, your seat control modules are draining your battery everyday! As long as you do have power seats correct? They stay awake and keep your c.a.n. bus awake which pulls about 1.5 amps or so until your battery is dead. These are not cheap control modules, but the only way to repair this is to replace them, and even though only one of the control modules is causing the drain, they both need to be replaced at the same time, or you will have more problems. Not to bad if you want to do it yourself, they are located under each seat and clip to the seat track. Just need to raise the seat and unplug them and install the new ones. Hope that helps!
The ECU in a MY 1999 Subaru Forester is located at the upper left site of the engine under the air intake.
Ignition switches and body control modules are issues on these cars.
RAM (Random Access Memory), SIMMs (Single Inline Memory Modules), DImms (Dual Inline Memory Modules), RIMMs (Rambus Inline Memory Modules).