The Volkswagen Jetta uses an ECM instead of a stand alone fan relay. The ECM has to be changes as a single unit.
Relay #428 under the hood is the ECM Power Control Relay.
There isn't one, its wired into the ECM.
The ecm module is located behind the passenger side kick panel. I don't know of an ecm relay.
There is no timing set for a 2004 jetta, the timing is automatically set by the ECM.
were is the location ecm on a 1996 Nissan maxima
Bad ECM or ECM relay.
The fuel pump works through the fuel pump relay which in turn works through the ECM relay. This does not answer the question of where these relays are and wich ones they are.
not sure of your question, but, the relay is mounted under or behind the engine computer or ecm.. you have to remove the ecm to find the relay. It is on the inside of the firewall in the middle behind the radio. Good luck
It's programmed into the engine ECM. You need to either replace the ECM, or have the existing one reflashed with new parameters.
ECM is located on drivers side, below the base of the windshield underneath the plenum. You have to remove plenum panel for access.
its in your ecm ecu the computer in the jetta stops it from reachin maximum speed also if your gonna do it get preformNCE TIRED THE BEST THING TO DO IS GET IT TUNED
If the check engine light is on... you might have an open circuit somewhere. Pre-1996 vehicles are not as easy to plug in and read as the OBDII cars.
i do believe it is the ecm/computer
location of the ecm on the Toyota land cruiser 93
The ECM on a 1999 Honda Accord is located under the hood. It is in front of the fuse and relay box.
The fuel pump relay is locate under the ECM. "Computer"
The fuel pump relay is grounded through the ECM.
The ECM powers the fuel pump relay
On the 2004 Altima, the ECM is located under the hood. It is located around the under-hood relay and fuse box.
1992 sunbird is obd1,1996 firebird is obd2.Will not work.
it should be on the passenger side kicker panel right above the computer. I just pulled my relay out to replace and everyone says that is for the ecm. electronic control module aka computer, or powertrain control module.
It is inside the ECM Module
Yes, The ecm sends a ground to the starter relay which in turns sends current (power) to the starter relay or moving pole shoe, however yours is equipped. The ecm receives a signal from the transmission position sensor so that the ecm knows whether the vehicle is in neutral or park. Thus only sending ground to relay when the proper shift position is attained.