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Any Time You Put An Ignition Module In An Electronic Fuel Injection Motor,
You Will Get Problems And Problem Codes,Recalibrate The CPU With The Motor,Retiming Is A Good Thing.Check The Anti Theft Module And Key.Change It Out.When You Do Calibration.
When The A/C And Heater Stops,So Does The Fan,Does Not Mean Your Fan Is Not Working.Check The Sending Unit And The Clutch Switch With A Meter.
With The Car Running Ground The Clutch Switch,Change The A/C Pressure Switch.
I Found The Resister Causing The A/C From Working.On Some New Cars And Trucks It Is Called A ballast Resistor Made Of Ceramic Materials.If You Are Having Trouble With Over Heating And The Vehicle Stops,Not Enough Radiator Fluid,Do Not Put Water In It.Radiator Fluid Only.Take The Radiator Cap Off And Run The Vehicle Until You See The Pump Is Flowing,You Have A Blockage In The Radiator.

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where is the tps located?


TPS means Throttle Plate Position sensor. It is installed on electronic fuel injection engines produced after 1996. TPS is attached to the side of the throttle body which converts the mechanical movement of the accelerator pedal to electronic signals. After receiving the signals from TPS. the Electronic Control Module (ECM) assumes, how much accelerator pedal is depressed by the driver and so it adjust the on time of the fuel injectors to deliver the metered quantity of the fuel to each cylinder and to adjust the ignition timing as well.

May 22, 2013 | 1990 Honda Civic

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the motors dies after the engine heats up


Does the check engine light come on? If it does check for codes. Your problem could be the ignition module or main ignition relay may be over heating, EFI (electronic fuel injection), vapor lock. It could be your fuel pump over heating or there is a problem with the distributor. Good luck

Mar 02, 2010 | 1996 Mitsubishi Galant

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help


96 ranger likely doesn't have one. The "module" that used to be found in carburated vehicles with Distributors and Rotors has been eliminated by fuel injection , electronic ignition , and computers.
I MIGHT BE WRONG ABOUT THIS , maybe someone will come up with a better answer. In any case you might have to give more info about what the engine is doing ( or not doing ) .

Nov 07, 2009 | 1996 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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not getting any fuel to thottle body


1st i would like to ask, is your car a carburetor type engine or an electronic fuel injected. if you have a carburetor and assuming your fuel pump is working properly, you may have a clog carburetor. just clean it and better replace your carburetor gasket and repair kit. this job is not a DIY, let an expert do it for you. if you have an electronic fuel injection, its more complicated situation coz EFI system are controlled by an ECM electronic control module. have your vehicle service by an autorize auto repair shop tha uses a scan tool or diagnostic tool to find fix the problem.

Jun 14, 2009 | 1995 Pontiac Grand Am

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