Car and distributor would have to be replaced
It will not run if the engine computer is unhooked.It will not run if the engine computer is unhooked.
Since the ecm (engine control module) is necessary to run a modern car, the simple answer is: Yes. Not having the year, make or model, exactly what the ecm controls in this instance is unknown. But regardless, the vehicle will not operate without it. Also, removing the fuse and therefore removing power from the ECM may cause all the learned engine parameters revert to their initial state and your engine may not run as well or get as good mileage until the ECM relearns new parameters.
Yes. Disconnect the belt & it will run fine.
The Engine Control Module (ECM) or sometimes called the ECU is what the layman would call the computer. It manages many systems in a car depending on the manufacture. It controls the fuel/air mixture, and all emissions controls in the vehicle. It can control other aspects of the vehicle. Without the ECM your car would not run.
Without going through the entire deletion process, no... if the DPF is missing, the sensors will send an error message to the engine ECM, which will then derate the engine.
Ignition module? ECM? I module and ecm do not work check fuel pump presure. Could be bad fuel pump or pluggedup fuel filter
No. The ECM not only actuates the fuel pump, but also adjusts the rate at which it pumps fuel.
If the computer, aka Engine Control Module (ECM) had a major melt down the engine would not start or run. Different functions of the ECM could fail and the engine may continue to run and the check engine light would illuminate. It is seldom the ECM is at fault.
NO. There's no way to hook the driveshaft to the transmission.
No. The fuel pump should run for 2 seconds when the key is cycled from off to run, regardless of whether there is a problem in the ignition system or not.
it runs a little rough at first!
Yes, the computer is required to run the engine.
You can but the vehicle won't run right. The 4L60E helps the engine run correctly. If you look at the 700R4 it has a kick down cable where as the 4L60E doesn't. It is run by the ECM and inputs from the engine. This Trans is totally run by the ECM, it takes care of the shifting points when driving. So yes you can but it won't run right.
If I read your question correctly, no. The ECM (engine Control Module) is the computer that controls the engine injector and all it's related idle controls. In addition, it controls all the smog controls and mixture to the engine. It would be tough for the engine to run correctly without proper control. Don't be scared of the ECM and the related controls, they are all very predictable.
Run Saber - 1993 - VG was released on: UK: 1993 USA: 8 June 1993
yes but if your motor starts running too cold and it will affect your emissions and you will have poor gas mileage engines today has to run at a specific temperature for the emissions control systems to work properly and it does cause other problems
It will run the same, The computer is what controls the injectors, And your not changing the ECM. RIGHT.
This is the A/C button...unlike some cars the stealth does not REQUIRE you to run the a/c with the defrost and other settings. You just push this button once and it should light up orange this is low a/c. push one more time it turns green. this is max a/c. one more time and its off.
I Currently Have the same problem, My 1993 Stealth was doing the same thing. I took it into a certified shop and found out it is a MAJOR electrical issue. They are still currntly working on it but said its difficult to locate because they need to check and test EVERY Electrical component and wire in the whole vehicle.
NO. You must have an ecm to run the injectors, as they require the proper drop ballast resistors that are in the ecm among other factors of proper fuel injector control that only the ecm can manage properly based on other sensor inputs for different driving conditions.
Nope, there are no such things as a batch file that can run in stealth mode. A batch file is too simple to go as far as that. If you are trying to do this, I would recommend you legally learn about hacking. If that feature is enabled, you can run a whole lot of nasty stuff in there without the user knowing what is happening.
Where is the ignition module located on a 1993 Dodge Stealth? Ignition control module is located directly under the coil pack. (where the plug wires run into). It's a small black box, only about 3" X 3", and has two plugs going into it. It's held on by two Phillips head screws, which I use a 90 degree Phillips driver to get to one, and a long screwdriver for the other. You can also take off the bracket it sits on.
The injector pulse would be different the sensor readings would be different so engine would never run smooth IF even started.