It stands for Electronic Engine Control (EEC)
There is a temperature sending unit installed somewhere on your engine for your temperature guage in your gauge panel , another temperature sending unit for your EEC - IV or EEC V electronic engine control system , newer Ford engines that have FAIL - SAFE cooling have a cylinder head temperature ( CHT ) sensor / sending unit if you have an outside temperature display there is a sensor / sending unit for that , some automatic transmissions have a temperature sending unit / sensor that will give a warning if the automatic transmission is running too hot etc
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 EEC module is the Evaporative Emission Control (also sometimes called the Electronic Engine Control). It does a number of things, but its main purpose is to adjust the air/fuel mixture to maximize fuel efficiency.
Its not in EEC. Its in EU
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1991 through 1995 Explorers with the EEC- IV system have an external ignition control module in front of the battery mounted on the radiator support. 1996 and newer, the ignition control module is incorperated into the powertrain control module (PCM) for the EEC- V system.. The PCM is mounted in the firewall on the passenger side.
EEC is the electronic engine control, the EEC relay sends power to the electronic engine control. The EEC relay should have a total of 4 wires going to it. Of the two smaller wires only one will have power, and only when you turn the ignition ON. Then if the relay is working properly you will have a completed circuit, creating a magnetic field with in the relay. This magnetic field will make a connection between two more wires that will be larger. Only one of the two larger wires will have power, when the connection is made with the ignition turned on. This will make a connection sending power to the fourth wire and the fourth wire will send the power to the electronic engine control (EEC). Then the electronic engine control will send power to everything the engine needs to run. LLL
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From 1991 to 1995 with the EEC-IV system there is an external ignition control module mounted on the radiator support in front of the battery. Remove the battery in order to change the module. 1996 and newer with the EEC-V system, the ignition control module is incorperated into the powertrain control module (PCM) that is visible from the engine compartment, in the firewall, on the passenger side.
The motto of EEC Group is 'Network Builders'.
EEC stands for the European Economic Community - that is the Common Market.
The EEC is now known as the European Union. Serbia is not a member.
External Electrification Charges (EEC)
EEC stands for Electronic Engine Controls. The EEC Relay provides power to the computer.
That's the Electronic Engine Control - series five for emission control It started with the 1996 model year of Ford Explorer
According to my Chilton repair manual the powertrain control module (PCM) for 1993 + 1994 Ford Rangers / Explorers is mounted low on the firewall , near the drivers side fender , in the engine compartment . The EEC test port is by your power distribution box in the engine compartment (OBD I / EEC IV)
Different computer eras 1994 is an eec 4 and the 1997 is an eec 5. there are only 2 different transmissions available for those years (ax4s (axode), or ax4n) they have different shifting stratagies not interchangeable. The biggest concern would be the speed sensor and shift solenoid configuration.
It's actually fadec (full authority digital engine control)
Electronic Engine Control, also called brown relay.. Basically it provides power to the computer..
are you asking about the eec relay that controls electronic engine control module or you asking about the starter relay on left fenderwell near the air compressor the eec controls fuel injector pulse and powers the ecm if car cranke the eec is located on right side near firewall
Yes, the 1983 Ford Pickup has a computer called an EEC or Electronic Engine Control. The EEC is a rectangular shaped box connected to the distributor. Look for a thick wire coming off the side of the distributor and trace it back to the EEC module. Some of them are located by the battery and some are under the dash. It depends on the style of pickup for that year.
for computer testing, just take it into your local shucks orilly store, and ask them to run a computer diagnostics on it
Yes .. it's called an EPC (electronic pressure control) and it's operated from pin 38 of the EEC.