The Powertrain Control Module or PCM is located under the cowl just under the windshield on the passenger side of the van.To access it you must remove the wiper arms,and all the bolts holding the upper and lower cowl.Then remove the screw that holds the wiring harness to the PCM.Finally you can remove the two nuts that hold the PCM in the vehicle and remove it.
under the cowl on the passenger side. I guessed you are asking for the powertrain control module
"Powertrain Control Module".
There is not a stand-alone ignition control module in the Windstars.Ignition control is fully handled by the Powertrain Control Moduel (PCM).See "Related Questions" below for more
If you're looking for a stand-alone ignition controlmodule, there isn't one on the Windstar.This job has been transferred to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and its direct control of the coilpack.
The idle is controlled by the powertrain control module ( computer )
The timing is controlled by the powertrain control module - not adjustable
The idle speed is controlled by the computer ( PCM , Powertrain Control Module )
The Powertrain Control Module will cut back on the fuel to protect the engine
I just learned something ! That the EEC computer and the powertrain control module are the same thing ! On the 1991 and 1992 models the powertrain control module (PCM) is located in the right front passenger area behind the right side kick panel.
The idle speed is controlled by the powertrain control module ( computer )
Its beside the rad. on the drivers side
On a 1999 Ford Explorer : You can see one end of the Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) from the engine compartment . It passes through the firewall and you can see one end where the wiring harness bolts to it . Most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glovebox area
There isn't one. All 2003 Ford Taurus use a coil pack under the control of the Powertrain Control Module instead of a distributor.