If you can get the dashboard off, look at the other end of the lever that goes from cold to hot. Either IT is stuck, or the blender plate (which blends the hot & cold air to get different degrees of warmth or coolness) is stuck. Sometimes they can be freed up with a little coaxing and maybe a drop of WD40.
look for places that say airbag
Inside the distributor cap under the rotor.
on the fenderwell in front of the brake master cyl. by the charcoal canister.
Ignition module is under the distributor cap if that what you are asking, as well as the coil
center of the steering wheel, under the horn cover
Possibly the headlight relay underhood or headlight module behind glovebox
Bulbs cannot be replaced. Entire control module must be replaced.
Attached to the ignition coil you will find an "igniter". Per the local Toyota Dealer parts dept. there is no ignition module. The igniter takes it's place. I have been trying to locate the module on my 1980 corona as well and that was the answer they gave me. Try this eBay link and you will see a picture of the igniter: http://cgi.eBay.com/83-88-TOYOTA-COROLLA-TERCEL-NOVA-IGNITER-89620-16080_W0QQitemZ130140198470QQihZ003QQcategoryZ33691QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD1VQQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p1638.m118
Check the exhaust ignition interface. It could be a simple problem in the core module defribilator.
It is either on the battery support or on the firewall. Silver box about the size of a pack of cigarettes with a wire pigtail with 4-5 wires.
Bad Starter. Bad Starter Relay. Bad Ignition Switch. Bad Ignition Module. Improper Ground.
The 1990 Toyota Camry transmission module can be found on the back of the transmission. The transmission module will be in the upper right-hand corner.
Simply locate the ECU (Electronic Control Module) fuse in the fuse box and pull it. You won't see fule, or speed, but the car will run. Have fun !!!
air bag module check the service manual Toyota usually place the module behind the instrument panel
i have the same problem i replaced the ignitor and that didnt fix it then i replaced the distibitor and that didnt fix it but some one told me that it could be the temp sensor and failer to the button contact in the distribitor cap or module pick up or failer of the ignition control module if any of them don't help id take it to ya Toyota dealer and get them to check it out for u mate u
IT's a module that controls the Deployment of the air bag & needs 2 b replaced when a new air bag is replaced.
sounds like we are having the same type of issue, I replaced ignition Module and coil pack, and still no spark the last thing to change is the Computer.
it is not an alarm module it is called a G.E.M. module,and it located behind the radio in the dash.and to replaced it has to be reprogrammed
You would have to buy a computer control module from
Box located to left of rad which has DRL fuse.
i have a 96 ,i replaced the module the other day,i found it next to the battery
An integrated system for both space and water heating. Heating is accomplished in a condensing heating module having a small hot water storage reservoir to reduce burner cycling during periods of low demand. The space heating system includes a fluid flow loop with a fluid circulating pump for circulating a heat transfer fluid in the loop from the heating module to a remote space heating heat exchanger. The heating module can also supply hot water for service use. The system may be configured either as an open loop system, in which the space heating and water heating subsystem are combined and share common lines, or a closed loop system, in which the space heating subsystem fluid flow loop is isolated from the water heating subsystem.
Under the dizzy cap, a black square opposite the coil, it has 3 wires
have you checked fuses and relays? Yes, I actually replaced the blower motor module & that didn't work. The Blower Motor itself spins freely & there doesn't seem to be any electrical issues. Could it be the Blower Motor speed switch??? If so, is that hard to access?