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Body control module 2007 scion tc


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How do I reset the ProLock system?


Hi Carol , do you mean PATS passive antitheft system ? Locked up your car ,do you mean it won't crank over an start ?
The passive anti-theft system uses radio frequency identification technology to deter a driveaway theft. Passive means that it does not require any activity from the user.
  • During each vehicle start sequence, the ignition key identification code is requested by the vehicle protection anti-theft electronics.
  • If the key's ID code has been programmed into the system, the powertrain control module (PCM) (12A650) is signaled to enable the vehicle to start.
  • If the key's ID code is not programmed into the system, or if no encoded key is detected, then the powertrain control module is signaled to disable the vehicle.
The passive anti-theft system communicates the state of the security system to the powertrain control module via the J-1850 communications network data link connector (DLC). The powertrain control modulebased on the communications from the passive anti-theft system, will determine if the vehicle's engine is enabled to start. The passive anti-theft system differs from the active anti-theft alarm system in that the passive anti-theft system enables/disables the vehicle from starting and only operates with the ignition switch in RUN/START position. The active anti-theft alarm system has perimeter protection capabilities and operates only with the ignition switch OFF. Refer to Section 13-11A for active anti-theft alarm system information.
Vehicle Disabling The passive anti-theft system will be activated and disable the vehicle from starting if any of the following conditions exist:
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  • unprogrammed key
  • non-encoded key (key has no electronics)
  • wiring concern
  • transceiver concern
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  • J-1850 Communications Network concern
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Can you interchange manual to auto in a daewoo cielo 1.5 sohc engine


You can, but you will have to replace the transmission control module and have it programmed to the car. And I believe you TCM is built in with the ECM. engine control module.

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Cruise control not working on 2011 dodge grand caravan


the following items either individually or together stops the cruise control from working ( you didn't mention auto or manual box)
VSS, ( auto or drive shaft sensor in manual)
brake light switch / sensor/
clutch position sensor ( manual)
fuse
cruise control switch
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wire to the ignition control module /tacho
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92 park ave AC won't go to auto stays on economy


If the freon level is ok, you have an electrical problem somewhere. The system will not activate because the control module "thinks" the freon level is low or because of another problem. It could be the module too.
You'll need a shop manual to get the test procedures for climate control ac to check the components and circuits.

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My gmc truck will not start up. It just constantly turns over and does not attempt to start.


ignition control module could be your problem, take the control
module to local auto parts to test.

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1998 range rover p38 2.5 dse auto engine stalls


Sounds like something is overheating then and possibly a sensor. Not familiar with Rovers but might be a problem with the CAS and/or CPS which tells the ECU the motor is running and when to fire. Also maybe the IAC is bad and when you go from throttle to idle it can't control it and allows it to die.

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I have 1994 town car the fuse keep blowing 15a number 1 as soon as i touch it the fuse blow can any one help me robertj125@hotmail.com


Probably your compressor for the air suspension. You can put a 12 volt light bulb in the circuit in place of the fuse while you diagnose the problem.

Here's the circuit.

2b94f90.gif Inspection and Verification
  1. Verify the vehicle owner's original concern by operating the vehicle to duplicate the condition.
  1. Inspect to determine if one of the following mechanical or electrical concerns apply:

    Mechanical Electrical
    • Shock absorber failure
    • Leak from air line(s)
    • Leak from air spring(s)
    • Ruptured air spring(s)
    • Height sensor damaged
    • Height sensor off ball studs
    · Open Fuses:
    • Town Car
      • Power Distribution Box Fuse U (30A MAXI)
      • Instrument Panel Fuse Panel Number 1 (15A)
    • Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis
      • Power Distribution Box Fuse AIR SUSPN PUMP (30A MAXI)
      • Instrument Panel Fuse Panel Number 1 (15A)
    • Loose Connectors
    • Corroded Connectors


You need a dealer tester for this check

AUTO TEST DIAGNOSTICS At the beginning of the automatic portion of the test, the control module checks for defective control module (DTC 70), for unstable battery voltage (DTC 80), then for shorted or open conditions that would create DTCs 39 through 46, and 68 through 71. If shorts or opens are detected, the automatic portion of the test is ended and a DTC 13 (Auto Test Failed) will be displayed on the SUPER STAR II tester. If no shorts or opens are detected, the automatic portion of the test continues. The control module attempts to raise and lower the vehicle to verify that all three air suspension height sensor states (trim, high, and low) can be reached. A properly functioning vehicle will be at trim height at the end of the Auto Test. If all three states are not reached, the Auto Test will end and again a DTC 13 will be displayed. A DTC 12 will be displayed at the end of the Auto Test only if everything checked to this point is functional. After the DTC 12 (or DTC 13) is displayed, the control module is ready to check for manual inputs. The manual inputs check the steering sensor and the door courtesy lamp switch circuits. During the manual test, the module continually monitors the door Circuit 159 or 24 and the steering sensor Circuits 633 and 634 Town Car, Circuits 834 and 835 Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis for activity. To pass the manual test the control module must detect that all four doors have been opened and closed, and that the steering wheel has been turned at least 1/4 turn in each direction. After the manual test, the STAR tester button must be toggled, or the control module will continue to monitor the manual test inputs indefinitely. Either a DTC 11 (Air Suspension OK) or other DTCs will be displayed at this time. After the Auto/Manual tests, the DTCs will be displayed automatically. Each DTC detected will be displayed for about 15 seconds. The code display will continue until all DTCs have been displayed. The display will repeat the DTC until the STAR test button is released (up). After all DTCs are written down, the pressed tester button may be released. DO NOT disconnect or turn OFF the tester. The tester is ready to enter the Functional Test.

Jun 10, 2009 | 1994 Lincoln Town Car

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BMC-Blower Module Control


Hi my name is Allen!

First I need to know if you A/C system is Auto Temp or Manual, because if it is Manual it doesn't have a Blower Control Module. If it is Auto Temp then the module is located on the passenger side under the dash mounted on the A/C Housing.

I can help you better if you tell me what the system is doing and why you think its the blower module. I ask this because this year model had a lot of problems with the BCM which stands for "Body Control Module" and can cause the A/C system to do strange things like the blower on high all the time or the A/C compressor not engaging etc.

For further asistance you may reach me at FixYa!

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