The module is located in the ducting for the heater and is accessed from the passenger area of the front seat. I think it is just under the dash but you may have to remove the glove box. it is a rectangular item held in with four screws. and should have two connectors going to it. You have to be sure to get the right replacement however I have used one from a Buick and since the plugs were the same I made it work by modifying the mounting.
Should under dash on firwall near blower motor.
Look under the hood,passenger side at the firewall, you will see the blower motor,directly to the right going towards the drivers side ,you will see the blower control module, then the little small relay will be the next part over.
A 1983 isn't going to have a control module - it's all in the resistors in the stalk switch.
Most likely your blower control module is going bad. It's located under the glove compartment pass side toward the firewall.
It's called the EEC (Electronic Engine Control Module) or the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) It is located under the instrument panel on the floor tunnel ahead of the floor console. It has a ton of wires going into it.
The ECM (engine control module ) is located on the center of the firewall just above the motor. It's the thing that has a lot of wires going to it.
You could have an ingnition control module going bad. Is it dying going down the road? If so, it more than like is the control module. If not, you could have a starter going bad, when it gets hot it won't work anymore. Good Luck!!
Sounds like your electronic control module is going bad
there is a control module behind the glove box next to the blower motor. It is square in size and has 2 connectors going into it. Disconnect them and unbolt it from the bracket holding it and clean the connectors with some alcohol and q tips and plug it back up and it should work. That's what i did and now it works every time.
The blower motor control unit is located on the back of the blower motor. 1. Check fuse. 2. Turn on heat and check for voltage at blower motor. Found voltage replace blower. 3. Check for supply power from the fuse on the red wire going to the blower control unit. 4. Check for a good ground on the black wire on the control unit. 5. Check for control power on the yellow wire from the climate control unit. When you select a fan speed (or the unit selects a speed in auto mode) a voltage that ranges from .4 - 9 volts is sent down the yellow wire to the blower motor control unit. 6. If all these checks are good than change the blower motor control unit. Hope this helps.
check the hvac fuse first if that is ok check the thermistatic control switch make sure you have power going to the blower motor if there is power the blower motor is bad
Inside the distriburetor, it's the thing with all the wires going to it.
ALL u have to do is change ur blower limit switch is going bad.
There are a few problems for your symptom. One problem that happens to the Automatic Zone Control (AZC) systems is the blower motor connector that connects to the control module, it overheats. Mopar has a connector harness repair for this problem. The blower motor resistor and the blower motor controller are a couple more problems that could occur. Of course it could be the blow motor itself, along with many more things. If you are going to do the repair yourself, you should start by purchasing a repair manual and following the blow motor diagnosing procedure.
The module is located on the transmission hump in front of the gearshift under the dash. If you check under the cup holder, you will find two sets of wires going in and these will lead you to the module. The module also has the crash sensors built into it. Good luck
The acronym is not abstraction control module. It is ABS/Traction Control Module. In other words, the ABS Module is also the Traction Control Module. The same module performs both functions, that is, ABS or Anti-Lock Brakes, and it performs Traction Control functions as well. In "shop-speak" however, even tough the module has both functions built in, we usually do not call it an ABS/Traction Control Module. We simply call it an ABS Module. That is probably why you have been unsuccessful in getting info on it. When you refer to it as an abstraction control module, you will just get a blank stare. Nobody will know what you mean. You are really looking for the ABS Module. The module you are looking for is located on the passenger's side of the car, down low in the engine compartment. You may be more able to see it from the underside of the vehicle, once the lower plastic shield is removed. It will be rather large, about 4 inches by 4 inches square, mounted to a metal bracket, and have several brake fluid lines going into it, and a large 1 inch by 3 inch electrical connector plugged into it.
YOUR ENGINE CONTROL MODULE CAN HAVE SOME OF THE PARAMETERS RE-PROGRAMED/ADJUSTED. I would advise going to the dealership, their factory scan tool is more in-depth in doing this than a generic scan tool. But if you want to radically reprogram your engine control module you will have to go to performance center, if your car has an automatic transmission engine control module and transmission control module talk to each other and depending upon the intelligence of the components they might watch each others peraminators,if they are out of these it could cause the check engine or check transmission light to be turned on,
That would depend on what you mean by "older". It is either a bad switch, if not a computerized climate control system, or it is a resistor/variable speed blower motor control. If it is the resistor type control, it is usually found mounted on, and going in to the blower motor housing under the dashboard under the glove box. In some vehicles, they can also be located in the engine compartment bolted to the firewall on the passenger side, and going into the blower motor housing from the outside.
I've reading alot on this latley, and seem to be having the same problem. I believe it can. I am going to replace my ignition control module tonight and see if my injectors then start working on my K2500 7.4
Your blower motor relay went bad. You may also need to replace either the blower motor or one of the climate control sensors. If your blower motor squeals or makes a scraping sound it is going bad and will damage the blower motor relay. JQ
The blower motor is going bad and drawing too much current.The blower motor is going bad and drawing too much current.
the body control module got wet you have to buy a new one.sorry
The ECM (Engine Control Module) or PCM (Powertrain Control Module) may appear to look the same as others but most are programmed (Flashed) to exactly match the vehicle it is going in.
What kind of car is is it? Without knowing anything else, I would suggest checking the fuses and relays. It should be the same blower; does it work with the heater? If so, it could be an issue with the a/c - heater control in your dashboard. It could also be a bad blower. If you can get to it, you can check to see if there is current going to the blower with a mulitester. If there is, and it's not on you know it needs replaced.
if it is a new style s10 they had a common problem of the wiper control module going bad and intermittenly quiting. the module is located underneath the wiper motor cover.