Regarding a model 1997,2 liter sonata, there is not an ignition control module as such. Ignition control comes from the ECM (ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT) through the Ignition Power Transistor (often called Igniter) and then to the Ignition coil.I do not have any information on the 1.8 or the 3.0 liter models.
On the distributor
The 1997 Ford Aerostar ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
The engine computer, ignition module, is behind the battery in the left front fender.
The logic control module on a 1995 Chrysler Concord 3.3 liter is on the passengers side. it is located underneath the dash.
Yes ANSWER No - a 1998 3.0 L Ford Ranger does not have a distributor which would allow you to adjust the ignition timing - it has a coil pack and the ignition timing is controlled by the PCM ( powertrain control module )
On the front of the engine under the two ignition coils, follow the plug wires and under the coils is the ignition module. Changed mine twice . Works better now.
The ignition module on a 1989 5.7 liter is located in the distributor. Remove the cap, then the rotor, and you will be looking at the module. The module is held in place with two screws. Real simple. Good luck, David
It's in front of the battery, inside of the radiator support, between the left headlight and radiator. The module is flat with the 12 pin connector facing upwards (towards the engine). Hope this helps.
behind center console on floor
there are three coils located on top of the engine right at the fire wall, bolted to the ignition module
its mounted under the hood on the driver side fender
You might try a crankshaft position sensor first. Its probably cheaper than an ignition module.
The 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 body control module is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The body control module can be found on the drivers side of the firewall.
The idle is control by the idle air control motor from outputs from the Engine Control Module.
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The 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee transmission control module is located on the back of the transmission. The transmission control module will be in the upper left-hand corner of the transmission.
you don't have a 5.3L in the bronco. If it is indeed an Eddie Bauer then it should be a 5.8L, but other options include 5.0L and 4.9L.
Look on the vehicle emissions control label it is there.
You didn't specify an engine, so I'm assuming you have the same 1.9 liter as I have in mine... If you follow the spark plug wires back to the ignition coils (the opposite end of the plug wires from the spark plugs) the ignition module is underneath those coils, bolted to the transaxle case. By 'underneath' I mean you have to remove the four bolts holding the coils down to get to the ignition module that they are mounted on. It's about 5 inches square by half an inch thick with a 5 pin wire connector on the bottom edge.
If you mean the Ignition Control Module and the engine is a 3.1 Liter it is on the front of the engine under the coils. There are 3 of them with 2 spark plug wires attached to each. They have to be removed to access the module. On some models you will need an oddball 5.5 millimeter socket to get the coils off. I bought mine at "Autozone".
Depending on which model of Ford Escort , either the 2.0 liter SOHC or the 2.0 liter DOHC Zetec engine
NO! The 1999 Ford Escort 2.0 liter is not an Interferance engine. Replace the belt at 120,000 miles.NO! The 1999 Ford Escort 2.0 liter is not an Interferance engine. Replace the belt at 120,000 miles.