Where is the computer module on a 91 Mercury Sable?
I'm trying to remember, I used to have one. Most engine computers (including the Sable's) are on the passenger's side under the glove box and to the right, under the "kick panel." (If you sit in the car and stretch your legs out, the computer will be under the plastic trim directly to the right of your right foot.)
inside the distributor its a black module with 3 wires on it , it is made of 2 peaces 2 screws hold it on useally the sytoms for a bad module are the care wont start the car i turns over the fuel pump works , there will be No SPark comming from the coil so don't be tricked by the coil not given spark, common reson why 91 to 94 Mercury capis wont start
i owned a 91 Ford Taurus and now own a 96. they all use the same size and that's 5x7 Answer That's funny...my '96 Sable takes a 6 x 8 speaker. Answer front door speakers are 5.25in Answer I'm trying to change all 4 speakers in my 93 Sable... the rear ones are pretty easy to take out but i couldn't figure out how to get to the front ones yet... as for the sizes…
Saturn engine interchangibility. yes, by all means you can, the only thing is ..you have to match the ignition modules to the crankshaft. i.e. use a 93 module for the 93 crank and a 91-92 module for a 91-92 crank. there is a timing difference built in to the module for the crankshaft notches. that's about it. everything else will work.
check the control module it is located on side of distributor. I had the same problem, I changed coil, crank sensor and still wouldn't start. I went to junk yard got control module and waalaa it started . These are kind of expensive at auto parts stores . Im not sure what the correct name is for it but it is for sure located on side of distributor
the module??? If it is the PCM "powertrain control module" you are looking for which in a '91 will pretty much contoll everything on the truck will be located behind the glovebox slighly toward the passenger side of the opening. The glovebox will need to be removed and you are looking for a silver box.
No such thing exists on a 91-02 Saturn s-series. The above is correct... mostly. Saturn did not use a physical camshaft positioning sensor on any of its S-series vehicles. There is however a pseudo camshaft pulse generated by the ignition control module and sent to the computer. If you are receiving faulty cam position sensor trouble codes, the problem exists in the Ignition control module.
Answer testing ignition module not all part stores have the ability to test ignition modules,a sure sign would be discoloration of the module or if the outside of the module has a softness to it if neither is apparent you could go to advance auto stores and they do have a peice of equipment to test your module, I used to work at a advance auto parts store
I asked the Lincoln Mercury dealer about this and they said that for optimum performance I should use a minimum of 91 octane but that lower grades right down to 87 octane regular can be used. When octane grades lower than 91 are used, the ECC (engine control computer) will automatically detune the engine to prevent knock although you will have a slight power loss. Using an octane grade lower than 91 will not hurt…