You can find the module for your 2000 Ford Explorer on the firewall in the engine compartment. The module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
Unit test can be done within a single module Cohesion of a single module/component is the degree
ECM, (Engine Control Module, Electronic Control Module) PCM, (Powertrain Control Module, Power Control Module) ECU, (Engine Control Unit, Electronic Control Unit).
The ignition module will send a signal when the key is turned. If the module is no good the signal is not sent to the other ignition parts,thus not allowing the car to start
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There are 4 central locking relays on this car. In one of the engine bay fuse boxes, the one whcih contains the multi fuction module. There are six slots above this, 4 of them contain the central locking relays. Good luck....
The lock module is defective, how do you find the right fuse to deconect the systm to stop the clicking and draingingof the battery
2nd Drivers door motor will need to be added in addition two relays that will be controlled from lock-unlock pulse from alarm module or after market module. Relays also feed power to door motor.
its under the carpet in the front footwell in a black box
You are correct in that the Central Security Module (CSM) is responsible for central locking (Remove trim from above driver's footwell and you'll see the security module mounted above the engine ecu (PCM). It's a small black box with two connectors (one blue, one green). Are there any fault codes stored in the CSM? (Ford > Focus > Security > 1.6 > Petrol > 2000 > 1.6I 16V Zetec-SE > All Codes > CSM ISO) The CSM can be replaced for a used one, no coding needed, just have to add in the remotes (manual process). I got a used CSM off a well-known auction site for less than £15 hoping to cure a fault on my Focus. If you do get hold of a replacement module make sure it has the same functions labelled on the case: RF = Remotes, CL = Central Locking, DL = Double Locking, AL = Alarm Matt Read More: http://www.spsupport.com/index.php/kunena-forum/15-general/2139-2000-focus-central-locking-module#ixzz2S0Aw2aQg
a 1992 Dakota does not have a Central Timer Module.
You don't list a year so I will give you a general solution. Many vehicles have a " body control module" or "illumination control module" when one of these malfunctions many systems will be affected.
On a 1995 Chevrolet Blazer, you will find the central locking control unit behind the instrument panel on the lower left-hand side. The 1995 Blazer SUV with the 4.3 liter engine gets 17 miles per gallon in the city and 23 mpg on the highway.
The Body Control Module (BCM) contols the locking and unlocking of all doors in the car.
There is a module behind the carpet..drivers side next to where your right foot goes. Top plug is alarm, pull this out to disable.....Be aware this is also linked to the remote central locking so doors may have to be locked manually......Hope this helps There is a module behind the carpet..drivers side next to where your right foot goes. Top plug is alarm, pull this out to disable.....Be aware this is also linked to the remote central locking so doors may have to be locked manually......Hope this helps
It's a computerized module which prevents skidding by preventing the wheels from locking up.
behind the glove box it is a long grey box behind the relay panel thats behind the glove box 2 pins slide out and release the glove box and its easy to get to then