I just finished changing out one on my 1995 Ford Taurus GL Wagon with a 3.8 engine. I found it in the left side of the firewall. It's plugged into a receptacle there. I understand that was done because the modules previously had overheated when mounted on the side of the distributor. If yours is not on the firewall, it may be either on the distributor or on the wheel well.
by the radiator. black box.
on mine it is under the dash. it was a blue box with 2 plugs.
Those components are part of the distributor and are inside it. They are not available as separate parts.
its under the distributor cap. its black and is held to the distributor with 4 Phillips screws. there are 2 studs for the control wires.
These cars don't use a crank sensor - the ignition module watches the electrical properties of the #4 cylinder spark plug and uses that to calculate where the engine is within the mechanical rotation. If you are having troubles, verify/replace that spark plug and the wiring. In a past experience with this car, it turned out to be the ignition module, located under the coil packs.
The Idle Air Control is on the throttle body.
On the driver's side of the engine just below the electronic ignition module. The thermostat housing connects to the top radiator hose.
Never mind, found the answer. Did not find how to delete my question...
The airbag impact sensor on 1995 and 1996 model Cherokees is located within the airbag module.
its behind the rear speakers in the hatch back u have to take out the speakers and there it is not hard to do
i have a 1989 740 and mine is located on under the hood it the green 1 on the side next to the air filter
It could be a bad horn fuse. I think it's a 15 amp fuse. It could also be a problem with the cruise control module. Does the cruise control work (assuming you have a CC)?