How do you change the ignition control module in a 1988 Chevy Silverado 5.7L
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.
NO it does not. If it's not firing then you need to check the ignition module, pick-up coil and the coil. Could just have a bad coil wire......
That's airflow sensor. Should be somewhere on your intake tube
there should be a couple of them screwed into the exhaust system.
yes the 2.5L 4 cyl engine has the ignition module mounted to the back of the engine block,firewall side.the crank sensor is also there under the moduel and coils
crank position sensor is between oil filter and starter, follow wire from module
Crank sensor has failed,Ignition control module (ICM) has failed,Bad ignition coil pack,
gas pedal cable?, fuel pump?
V6 crank position sensorThe crank position sensor is part of the distributor on a V6 All Fieros equipped with a distributor (1984 - 1986 4-cyl and 1985 to 1988 V6) have the crank sensor inside the distributor. It may also be known as a distributor pickup or HEI pickup.Fieros with DIS (1987 to 1988 4 cylinder) have a crank sensor on the back side (engine side) of the ignition module extending into the engine block. The ignition module is the flat base that the ignition coils are attached to.
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.
The ignition control module on a 2.5L Fiero is changed by removing the lower steering column panel, disconnecting the wiring harness, and unbolting the module. A new module is then bolted in and the wires reattached. I owned one of these and never saw a ignition box of any kind in this location. The 1985 to 1988 had distributorless ignition. The module is held to the bracket by the ignition coil screws. To change remove the 4 screws holding coils on, seperate the coils from the module, unplug the module, depending on year 1 or two harnes plugs. To assemble reverse process. 1984n the module lives under the rotor inside the distributor cap and has two wires from the harnes and two that run to the pick up coil. Two screws and 4 wires to change
how do you remove the ignition control module on a 1988 ford f-250 pickup?
check fuse/relay then if not that idle air control valve 'throttle control sensor' map sensor' electronic control module' test them all.
where is the ignition module located on a 1988 Mazda b2200
In my personal experience, two common reasons for no spark on a 1988 Chevy Celebrity are: The crankshaft position sensor has failed. The ignition module has failed. There are the usual other possible problems including failed coils or bad spark plug wires Also it is possible that the engine computer has failed.
The 1988 Toyota oxygen sensor is located on the air cleaner housing. You will find the sensor, on the back side of the housing.
You can find a vacuum diagram for a 1988 Silverado with a 5.7 engine at your local auto parts store. You can also find one at most major book stores in a Silverado repair book.
The gross weight of a 1988 Chevy Silverado K2500 with a 5.01 engine is about 2.5 tons. This is equal to about 5,000 pounds.