I don't know what kind of Saturn you have but it probably is in the right kick panel by the pass right foot. The PCM is located inside the passenger compartment under the dashboard tucked into the corner near the ABS module on the driver's side. The PCM is easily distinguished by the aluminum fins attached to the bottom of the module. BUT on a 1992 Saturn it is on the DRIVERS side. Look up under the dash to door side. You'll see it. 3 wire harnesses attached. ONE phillips-head-type bolt holds in it. About a half a twist on it and tug a little and it should drop right down. cheers If your Saturn is an S-Series (SC, SC1, SC2, SL, SL2, SL2, SW1 or SW2), its not on the passenger side. No Saturn S-Series had them on the passenger side. If its a 1991-1999, its just as described above. If its a 2000-2002, its just behind the battery. And a little FYI, the Saturn PCM's rarely fail. You have a better chance of getting struck by lightning in a cave 1000 feet under ground than having your PCM fail.
Timing is done by the PCM. No manual timing can be done with out a new PCM
Timing is controlled by the PCM .
To the right of the glove box.
You don't - its all done by the PCM (computer). Eric
Idle is computer controlled by the pcm (computer)-not adjustable.
don t know thats why i am asking
PCM B fues in the underhood junction box
It is used by the PCM to determines fuel and spark timing
I just did the engine in my 94 and wanted to do a 96 engine. The only computers that will be compatible in a 94 is a 91 0r 92.95 PCM Computer in a 94 Saturn S SeriesNo it is not compatible. The amount of teeth on the 94's timing wheel do not match what the PCM Computer is programmed for in the 95. It will run the engine, but it will always run lean and you will have a drastic reduction in horse power.
PCM, Relays, Power locks, wiring
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The PCM is inside the dashboard, to the right of the glove box.
PCM is located on the driver side, under the dash. You have to remove the dashboard that is held down by 2 screws, located in the middle, and clips.
the quad driver is a individual circuit within the PCM. you will need to replace the engine computer (PCM) in order to correct this issue.
The transmission module is integral to the PCM/or engine computer
Timing issue. The PCM adjusts the timing, however a stock resin ECTS cracks giving the PCM wrong data. A new brass ECTS is needed
There is no speedometer cable. The gauges are electric driven based of a signal from the PCM. the PCM gets speed information from the Vehicle Speed Sensor located on the top of the differential
If you are talking about the engine pcm, is located on top of the engine on the driver side.
The PCM is located behind the instrument cluster above the pedals on the drivers side.
Depends on the year, engine, and tranny type. Not all with interchange
Hack the PCM. Removing or changing the rev limiter value in the prom.
I've never heard of PMC but PCM stands for Power Control Module (brain)
The "pcm" is located inside the passenger compartment under the dashboard tucked into the corner near the abs module on the driver's side. The pcm is easily distinguished by the aluminum fins attached to the bottom of the module.
The air intake sensor is a resistor that goes to the PCM. A schematic can be found in a service manual
Concealed by the dashboard, to the right of the glove box. Actually, the PCM in all S-Series saturns are located under the removable dash pannel located on the top side of your dashboard, in the driver's side corner just behind the instrument cluster. its secured by a 10mm bolt. the wires on the PCM are long enough to allow you to "drop" the PCM through the dashboard, and onto the driver side floor.