i think on the passanger side on the right side, inside the front of where the passanger foot is under the dash. it fits into the body of the vehicle there may be some pannel blocking it.. good luck I think this is wrong. At my 93 Blazer it is behind the passenger side glove box. You have to remove the plastic cover inside of the box, then you will find it on the right side.
Where is the control module located on the 1983 Chevy blazer
You don't, it is done by the ECM (Engine Control Module).
Where is the tcm in a 1994 chevy S10 Blazer
That year did not have a controll module.
Owners manual, positive.
The temp sensor for the ECM (engine control module) is next to the thermostat housing.
it on the fire wall
Depending on what type engine you have, the ignition module may be an integral part of the distributor cap.
Remove the wiring harness from your 1995 Chevy Blazer ignition control module. Remove the ignition control module retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new ignition control module.
It is called a throttle body control module. It is in the engine compartment on the top of the engine.
The ignition module is located in the distributor, under the distributor cap.
There is an output coming from the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) and an input going into the ECM (Engine Control Module).
where is it at
Inside the center console, up front.
The check engine light is triggered by the Engine Control Module (ECM). The ECM receives information from many sensors and determines when to illuminate the check engine light.
I believe in 93 they had the newer style computer, this eliminated the electronic spark control module.
in the middle of the engine block under the whatchamacallit in the middle of the engine block under the whatchamacallit
It is the engine control module (computer)
Which engine does your car have?
In a 1988 Chevy pickup the ECM is located behind the glovebox.
The 1990 Chevy Celebrity engine is distributorless, the ignition is handled by a combination of the engine control module(computer) and the ignition control module. You did not mention which engine the car has. If your car has the 4 cylinder engine the ignition control module is below the intake manifold at the rear of the engine. You can follow the spark plug wires to it. The coils are mounted to the ignition control module. If your car has the V6 the ignition control module is near the starter and again you can follow the spark plug wires to it. Again the coils are mounted to the ignition control module.
The OBD II ECM (On Board Diagnostic II Engine Control Module) would be found under the hood, on top of the passenger side inner fender.
It doesn't have a carburetor. It has a fuel injected throttle body. They have no adjustments. It's all controled by the ECM (Engine Control Module).
in the engine
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