center of dash behind the heater control head area. There is no way to check any computer module on a Ford, including an airbag module. Diagnostics on a module is done by process of elimination. You check everything else, and if there is nothing else wrong, then you are left with the module. That is the way all Ford diagnostic manuals are set up. There isn't some way to plug a module to anything to tell if it's bad. Even a scan tool relies on the module as being good to tell the scan tool the correct information for diagnostics. There is a couple of flash out codes that simply mean "internal module error or fault," but even those codes have to be backed up with checking all the circuits to the module to make sure that a short isn't what caused the module to blow to begin with.
The intake air temp sensor is located on the cover over the air filter.
how do I remove my air bag from my mercury sable
Right side lower belt driven accessoriy
anyone have the answer
If you mean the Constant Control Relay Module, it is located under the air filter.
Check the fuses.
The powertrain computer, engine and transmission, is located inside the left front fender. You remove the tire and fender liner to access. There are also abs and front control modules under the hood. Inside the cab there are door modules, airbag, air conditioning, instrument cluster, and key/theft modules.
The ECU in a MY 1999 Subaru Forester is located at the upper left site of the engine under the air intake.
Purchase a Purolator Cabin filter, as it comes with complete instructions.
I meant to say 1995 Sable
Usually located in the air intake tract between the air box and throttle body, or even on the upper intake manifold.
I am not sure what you mean by "black box." There was never any kind of tracking module, separate recording device, or anything like that from the factory on this car. I have heard that there are things that only engineers can access in the memory of the air bag module, is that what you mean? The air bag module is located under the center of the dash, but it's not like you can, or would want to remove it. Here is the list of all the modules in the module communication network on a 2002 Sable: Powertrain Control Module(PCM), Generic Electronic Module(GEM), Restraints Control Module or air bag module(RCM), Anti-lock Brakes Control Module(ABS), and Remote Climate Control Module(RCC). That is all the modules that communicate on both the Standard Corporate Protocol(SCP) and ISO9141 networks on that car. On the 2002 Sable, They weren't using a Contoller Area Network(CAN) yet, so there isn't another network, or modules. If someone installed some other device after the car was sold, then there is no telling where you would find that.
Should be at the passenger side firewall on top of the drier
cut up the sable and make it run
please i need a help my ac keep blowing bhot and cool i have check and refill it but i still get the hot and cool air in stead off cool air
We had a hole in the cooling line(?) that was fixed and the system recharged in our 2000 Sable and the air conditioner works great now.
There is no Air Compressor on your Sable unless it has air ride. If you are referring to the Air Conditioner Compressor, then know that releasing refrigerant into the atmosphere is illegal. Replacing the compressor is a job for a professional with the proper tools to perform this repair.
Check in the air filter housing.
An air scrubber is a type of filtering system used in the space modules. they clean the air so there is no overload of carbon dioxide in the air.
Supplemental Restraint System ( air bags )
The 1999 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 5.7 liter V-8 air check valve can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The air check valve will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
it has to do with secondary air injection
Unsure of which module you are referring to...the airbags themselves are termed "modules" and one is located in the steering wheel, while the other is in the dash. If equipped with side air bags, they can be located in the seats or one of the side pillars. The computer that operates this system is typically located under the dash, near the center of the car.
.The check engine light can be reset, after you install a new air intake, by removing the instrument panel fuse. The fuse can be located in the fuse box