In a 1988 Chevy pickup the ECM is located behind the glovebox.
How do you change the ignition control module in a 1988 Chevy Silverado 5.7L
The 1988 Chevy Celebrity uses distributorless ignition. There is no provision to alter timing, the engine control module takes care of that.
The engine control module is bolted to the inside of the firewall in front of the glove box drawer. If you remove the glove box drawer you will be able to see it.
The ignition module on a 1988 Chevy Celebrity with 2.5 engine is on the side of the block beneath the intake manifold. You can simply follow the spark plug wires to it. As information the crankshaft position sensor is behind the ignition module.
What happens depends greatly on which module fails. If the engine control module (computer) fails it may cause the engine to run poorly or not at all. If the ignition module fails the engine won't start.
module locatedwhere is the module on a 9 Chevy blazer
Follow the 2 pin connector from the top of the coil located on the driver side front of the distributor. It should lead to a 2 pin connector, as well as a 4 pin connector. This is the ignition control module.
what is the ignition timing for a 1988 Chevy 454 engine
Taking a guess, Your 1988 5th Ave has a 318ci motor with Lean-Burn Engine control. Chrysler put the control module in the rectangle box attached to the side of the air cleaner. All of the engine control module is inside that box to include the transistorized ignition system. Your distributor will have two pickup coils in it and not have a vacumn advance located on the side of it which will be another way of telling if you have the Lean-Burn system.
On 1988-1993 V6 models, the coil packs and ignition control module are located at the lower front of the engine, facing the radiator. From 1994-1996, they were moved to the top rear of the engine, pointing slightly toward the cowl area.
I am trying to find the 1988 chevy beretta computer module and where is it located?
under neth the coil packs middle back of engine 3 bolts you will need a 10 milimiter 12 milimeter and 13 i did mine 4 TIMES !!!!