its either on the side of your distibutor or on the passenger side fire wall of your engine compartment.
No the distributor has nothing to do with it. When the ignition is turned on a relay will close and provide power to the fuel pump which is protected by a fuse.
Some intermittent pilot valves are controlled by an automatic ignition control module. A Honeywell gas furnace would probably have the S8610U ignition control module controlling gas release. It opens the automatic vent damper with a signal after checking that the end switch is closed. The signal lights a spark that ignites a flame. There is a flame sensor that causes the gas valve's main valve to open upon sensing the flame. This will cause the main burners to ignite. This automatic system has proven to be effective in controlling hot water boilers, steam boilers or fan limited Honeywell gas furnaces.
the ignition control module is operated by the pcm,the pcm tells the ignition control module when to energize the coils to enable spark
Doesn't have one the ignition system I's control by and engine control unit (ecu) the temp sensor could be faulty
idle control valve (delphi)
The control module is located under the hood, sometimes inside distributor,or mounted on outside of distributor, or as a distibutor-less module with coil packs mounted on top or on passengerside fender behind headlight area. All depends on make of vehicle.
Regarding a model 1997,2 liter sonata, there is not an ignition control module as such. Ignition control comes from the ECM (ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT) through the Ignition Power Transistor (often called Igniter) and then to the Ignition coil.I do not have any information on the 1.8 or the 3.0 liter models.
The 1994 Ford Aerostar ignition control module is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition control module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
The cerebrum is the control center for automatic functions.
There is not a stand-alone ignition control module in the Windstars.Ignition control is fully handled by the Powertrain Control Moduel (PCM).See "Related Questions" below for more
Remove the wiring harness from your 1995 Chevy Blazer ignition control module. Remove the ignition control module retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new ignition control module.
You can find the Ford Focus ignition control module beneath the drivers side dashboard. The ignition control module will be above the accelerator pedal.
The ignition control module sit directly below the distributor.
Where is the ignition control module located in my 1992 Crown Victoria
V. V. Solodovnikov has written: 'Automatic control and computer enginering' 'Statistical dynamics of linear automatic control systems' 'Introduction to the statistical dynamics of automatic control systems' -- subject(s): Automatic control, Cybernetics, Transients (Dynamics)
Disconnect the battery. Remove the ignition coils. Remove the ignition control module that was under the coils, and replace it.
were is this contr ol sensor located
Where is ignition control module on a 2001 mercury sable
Only the EEC-IV ignition systems ( 1991 to 1995) use an external ICM (ignition control module) . From 1996 on with the EEC-V system the ignition control module is incorperated into the power control module (PCM) mounted in your firewall on the passenger side.
The "brain" of the ignition system, the Ignition control module controls the ignition timing and strength, as directed by the main computer. It can be located in a variety of places, but it can normally be found underneath the hood.
T. Crouch has written: 'Theory and problems of automatic control' -- subject(s): Automatic control, Control theory
A Mercedes-Benz 300SE ignition control module can be obtained from most Mercedes-Benz dealerships. The ignition control module, can be purchased at most auto-parts stores.
The ignition switch is part of the WCM (wireless control module).The ignition switch is part of the WCM (wireless control module).
The 1990 Chevy Celebrity engine is distributorless, the ignition is handled by a combination of the engine control module(computer) and the ignition control module. You did not mention which engine the car has. If your car has the 4 cylinder engine the ignition control module is below the intake manifold at the rear of the engine. You can follow the spark plug wires to it. The coils are mounted to the ignition control module. If your car has the V6 the ignition control module is near the starter and again you can follow the spark plug wires to it. Again the coils are mounted to the ignition control module.