I am sorry, I can't for the life of me figure out what you are talking about. Unless you mean an electronic MODULE. If that is what you mean, then there are several electronic modules on the vehicle. The main engine computer(PCM), the electronic ignition module, the cruise control, air bag module, even the radio is an electronic module.
Never mind, found the answer. Did not find how to delete my question...
it may be under the seat where most control modules are
"ECM" Electronic Control Module (Under front seat or behind dash).
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.
It doesn't have a body control module.
Under the steering wheel at the very left at the bottom
It could possibly be the control module in the distributer.If there is a steady voltage on the secondary,the coil is good.A firing pulse is controlled by the electronic module inside the distributer.
I have a 1994 C1500. The spark control module is located in the cab, on the passenger side, above the heater blower. You can access it through the glove box by removing the inner liner. JFK
There is no distributor. It has the EDIS system. Electronic distributorless ignition system. The crankshaft positon sensor (CKP) sends an electical charge to the Power Control Module (PCM) which electronically distributes the secondary voltage to the plugs according to different sensor parameters..
A 1994 does not have a control module on the transfer case. But it does have a 4x4 Actuator on the front differential.
The cruise control relay is in the engine compartment on a 1994 Escort LX 1.9L. It is part of a bank of relay switches near the battery. The cruise control is also controlled by the electronic speed sensor on the throttle body (carburetor).
Where can I locate the "Lamp Control Module" on a 1994 Buick Park Avenue
Engine Control Module.............
They are usually to the left of the throttle body or on the firewall near the distributor.
Have you checked the ignition control module? Have you checked the ignition control module?
Most likely it is the Ignition Control Module.
in the engine
1994 was the last year the Ranger used an ignition control module on the 2.3 and 2.5. The ignition control module was attached to the lower intake manifold.
The fan is controlled by the same computer that regulates the engine. It is usually called the Electronic Control Module. When the ECM is malfunctioning it sometimes will run the fan continuously.
On a 1994 VW Golf, the alarm can be turned off by disconnecting the smaller of two connectors coming from the Comfort Control Module. The Comfort Control Module is located behind the dashboard, to the left of the steering column.
It is built into the engine control computor.
power control module
where is it at