in the engine compartment......the passenger side inner fenderwall lifts out ( 2 tabs to release).....the ecm is right there, the rectangular box with all the wires coming out of it.
this is a good answer. if you have strut tower braces, you will have to remove the two bolts closest to the headlights and loosen the one closest to the strut so you can swing it out of the way. On the tabs mentioned above, they are clearly visible; carefully pry them up with your fingers (the side closest to the motor). You can see the ECM secured to the wheel well, remove the 4 nuts with a 10 mm socket. You should have a cover over the the four wire bundles that plug into the unit. Just slid it away from the direction the wires are coming from and it will come right off. Each of the four wire bundles have a locking tab on either side. Press these together and gently work the plug-in out of the unit (you may need to carefully use a flat screwdriver to pry the male end of the wire bundle away from the unit).
FUBAR the ECM..$$$$$$$
I think the module is in the distributor with two phillips screws
the ecm on this van is on the passenger side behind the plastic kick plate
i have a 2001 Chevy lumina and i am wondering if the ECM is going out, sometimes it will die when i am driving but starts right back up, sometimes it will die and not start up after several hours of sitting, then it starts up. Could this be the ECM?
1992 & 1998 Chevy Lumina 3.1L ECM Box LocationI finally found it on my 1992 Chevy Lumina 3.1 Liter. It is on the right side of the engine compartment behind the overflow reservoir container bolted to the shock tower. 1998 Chevy Lumina 3.1L ECM Box LocationI found it on my 1998 Chevy Lumina 3.1 Liter. Car: It is on the right side (Passenger side) of the engine compartment in front the overflow reservoir container and behind Radiator Cap.It is also under small fuse box.The ECM is in small black plastic box (about 1.5 Gallons).You remove the engine right bracket (3 -12 mm bolts) to get to this box then remove two clips on the black box cover... the ECM has two plugged in multi conductor cables. Using nut driver 9/32 th inch (7 mm) to take out these cables .ECU has part # ID 16236757
Pull the liner out of the glove box, it is behind and a bit down from there...
There are a number of signs that become apparent when an ECM computer on a 1990 Chevy is going bad. The top signs include a non-functioning speedometer and flashing codes on the dash.
Inside cab, behind passengers side kick panel.
under the hood on the passenger side looks like a little grill with a plug or 2 in it !---------------!=! !---------------! !==== !---------------!=! !---------------!=! !---------------! !==== !---------------!=!
Where is the ecm located in a 2000 Chevy Malibu
There is no such thing on Lumina. However if you're talking about the ECM (electronic control module), then you'll need to remove the coolant reservoir. The ECM is located under it.
The 1991 > 1994 Chevy Lumina Speedometer, Odometer and maybe the RPM gauge gets a signal from the ECM computer. This ECM signal is feed to a module in the instrument panel, which feeds the three items above. If all three are not working replace the instrument panel or the module (which is inside the panel), but swap the odometer to keep your mileage correct for the vehicle. Note: The ECM gets its signal from a VSS on the Transmission and the ECM feed three areas in the car: Speed Control, Speedometer and one other (?). If the speed control works, the problem is not the VSS or the ECM. The problem is in the Instrument Panel.
where is the ecm unit in a 1997 Chevy Malibu 3.1 6 cly
What all does the ECM computer control on my 2006 Chevy k1500 Silverado
Yes it is.
Where is the ecm fuse on a 1994 chevy truck
Remove the inside of the glove box and look in and down to the right and you will see it. It has a 100 wires going to it.
It won't be a simple "plug and play" swap. You'll have to get your ECM reflashed, as the ECM from that 97 is programmed to work with an electronically controlled transmission, whereas the 1988 transmission is mechanical.
The Electronic Control Module (ECM)/ Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is located inside the passenger compartment under the dashboard behind the relay panel. Remove the lower trim panel under the glovebox for access to the relay panel and the ECM/PCM.
do you have link and program a 88 cilverado ecm when replacing
theres a brown wiring at the distriputor unplug it and rimte it at 10 advanced then plug the wire back in
It is part of the vehicles ECM, which can be found under the hood. It is located on the passengers side all the way in the front right corner. There is a black plastic cover over it.
find your fuse , probably in the passenger side glove compartment. thers a fuse marked ecm. i like to disconnect my negative battery terminal first. take out the ecm fuse. wait 20 minutes , then reconnect ecm fuse, and then the battery. let engine sit in park while running for 20 minutes ( very important). i have to let mine sit so its idle rpm done learns itself. i recommend it.