In the fuel tank
through the PCM with scan tool
It is not in the tank. It is located in the trunk on the inside of the left quarter panel. It is the bottom of the 2 electrical components you see when you peel the trunk carpet back to see it. You must have DTC P1233. The driver itself is bad, or the wiring to the PCM is shorted. Check pin 40 (I think) at PCM to check for short.
Where is the ignition control module located in my 1992 Crown Victoria
LCM stands for Lighting Control Module on a Ford Crown Victoria
Driver side just under the dash. It's a black box near the right side of the steering shaft.
the ignition module is on the distributer(the thing all the spark plugs wires go to)
The wiper control module is located inside the wiper motor assembly.
In the 1999 Crown Victoria the LCM, Lighting Control Module , contains the relay for the turn and hazard flashers. This located under the dash.
Under the dash to the right of the steering wheel. Near the Headlight control module.
Located in the trunk under the fuel shut-off switch on the drivers side. The module itself is part # 3W1F-9D372-AB and costs about $80 from ford. Note that I found diag code P1233 on my CVPI (Fuel pump driver module offline) and the cause was a faulty RELAY
The restraints control module(RCM) is located under the center of the dash, bolted to the tunnel.
The 1997 Ford Crown Victoria OBD 2 port is located under driver side dash next to center console
I think it is above the gas pedal
The 1995 and newer Crown Vics don't have normal flashers, they have a Lighting Control Module (LCM) that contains relays which control the flashing.
Check fuse for brake switch, check switch, or light control module,
It is on top of the wiper motor itself. it's intergral.
All lighting is controlled by the LCM (Light Control Module)
Left side, under dash, by the ebrake/hood latch lever assembly..
Under the dash between the gas peddle and the transmission hump.
External Air temperature control, the unit in the dash where you control the AC and Heater
The 1994 Ford Victoria can hold the F-150 control module. This should be installed by a professional mechanic. Ford has an extensive training program for it's service technicians.
Ford Crown Victoria was created in 1955.