It is conveniently located on the passenger side forward surface of the defrost air distributor. To access it, remove the dashboard cover, remove the air conditioner controls and radio, remove all right side lower dashboard fasteners, noise deadening panels, etc, pull dashboard assembly away from firewall, rotate defrost air distributor slightly clockwise, and you can reach in and remove the module (grey) with a 7mm open end wrench this guy is exactly right.
I know that in the 1991 Chevy Camaro Z28 the Pass-Key Decoder Module is located right behind the dash on the right hand side. (Passenger side) If you remove the top dash piece. You will see the speaker. just to the left of the speaker you will see/should see a metal bracket. The module is attach it. Just remove the 7mm screw and carefully pull the module up. BE CAUTION NOT TO HIT THE WINDOW. Note: You will find that the module will be hitting a small plastic piece. You can fight with the module or you can just cut out the small plastic. It's up to you. It does not serve any real purpose. Good luck!
Pass lock security was not installed on 1991 GM cars. I believe it was 1997/98 it was first installed
Yes, but 1991 rims will NOT fit a 1993 camaro
The 1991 Ford Probe spark ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
General Motors products do not use inertia/reset switches.
There is no such thing.
top of the steering column near the bottom.
no it will not
the first thing I would check is, fuel, spark, coil, ignition module
The alternator has a built in voltage regulator.
i believe theres only one and its located in the exhaust pipe
On 1991 and 1992 Ford Explorer's , the powertrain control module (PCM) is located in the right front passenger area behind the right side kick panel by the passenger's right foot.
There were no IROC Camaros in 1991
looks like an elbow that is flat two prongs on right elbow an one on left
if you do not have spark you will not have fuel check coil module and ignition pick up coil.
"The security resistor on your key may be dirty or dead. Try a new key from GM. It will come programmed right from the dealer. Another possibility is that your ignition key also has a resistor in it. That can only mean that there is a passkey system such as the one used in a 1994 Buick Regal Custom. When the passkey system fails, it costs about $350 to replace. However, for a Camaro, it's worth the money. Take it to a garage to test the system." I own a 1991 Camaro that has the passkey, and I trip it accidentally a lot. When this is done, go under the dash and there is a brown/black/purple wire with a black connector. Unplug this, then plug it back in and the system is reset and the car should start.
1991 Seville VATs module is located in the trunk midway between the rear deck speakers. Access by pulling down the upholstered rear deck cover in the trunk. Module is a black box about 1 inch by 3 inches by 5 inches and has many wires attached by connectors.
It is mounted on the radiator support frame in front of the battery
It screws into the intake manifold next to thee thermostat housing.
If it's auto it is located in the centre column beside the shifter.
The daytime running light module is located behind the front driver's side fender below the turn signal. It is easy to see from below.
I just learned something ! That the EEC computer and the powertrain control module are the same thing ! On the 1991 and 1992 models the powertrain control module (PCM) is located in the right front passenger area behind the right side kick panel.
Here's a link to Midcomustang.com FAQ it tells you where all the sensors are located http://www.midcomustang.com/engine_emission.htmlANSWER 2Igintion Module or Igniter Assembly is located in the distributor... I have a PDF on how to change this!