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Also called Ignition Coil, is located at the back of the intake manifold...
Fig.: remove the 2 lower ignition coil mounting bracket bolts...
Fig.: then remove the ignition coil and mounting bracket together from the engine.
Disengage the wiring harness connector from the ignition coil.
Disconnect the ignition wire from the coil.
Remove the coil mounting bracket bolts, then remove the coil and mounting bracket assembly from the vehicle.
The ignition coil can be separated from the mounting bracket.
If separated, loosely mount the ignition coil to the mounting bracket.
Loosely install the coil and mounting bracket assembly to the intake manifold. Tighten the coil mounting bracket-to-intake manifold bolts to 115 inch lbs. (13 Nm) and the ignition coil-to-mounting bracket fasteners to 96 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Connect the ignition wire to the coil.
Engage the wiring harness connector to the ignition coil.
If removed, install the windshield wiper/motor module assembly.
Connect the negative battery cable.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's in limp home mode. You'll have to check wire connections and electronic controls. If it has a vacuum modulator you can remove it and look for trans fluid on the vacuum hose side (meaning ruptured diaphram). Double check the parts you replaced as well, especially if they were used parts. My dad went through three speed sensors in one year on his Caravan. You should drop the pan after checking other components. It could be a bad relay, shorted module or wire. The three speed transmissions are much more reliable than the four speed overdrive transmissions but with age and miles things can go wrong and parts will wear out.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Go to autozone's website at autozone.com and register your vehicle. It's free, handy, and you will have access to a full online repair manual for your particular vehicle. Hope this helped, and good fixin'.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
The BCM is located on the drivers side under the the steering column. It is behind the fuses and to get to it you have to remove the bash board plastic, than a pice of metal and than you have to remove the fuses box. It will take you approximately 20 min to remove everything. Once you remove the BCM you need to take note of the Part Number P/N. It has to be the same P/N on the replacement BCM. You can use any BCM from years 1996-2000 but make sure the electrical configuration is the same as yours (Power windows, alarms, etc.). I bought my BCM on the junk yard for 35 dollars and my car works perfectly.
I hope this may have assisted you,
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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