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Your IAT is a sensor located on the left(looking from the front) of your air cleaner box. If your going to install a mod chip, Throw away the 5 cent mod chip. Its going to make the engine run even more rich that it already does. You'll be bogging down the engine with extra unburnt fuel and loosing performance and shorting the life of your O2 sensor and the cat. The IAT sensor "mod" works on some cars (ford), but not the Saturn. Sorry to say.
It may feel real good for a few miles, but your computer is going to BURY that thing, richen up that mix until the thing gets all loaded up on unburned fuel and you you toast your catalytic converter ($400.00). Thank you for using fixya and good luck.
what do you mean by control? there is one wire normally pink or white with pink strip that is power 5 volts + black is ground and a reference voltage 5 volts ground is black or white so the other two colors would be the control wires going to the computer. However would need the first 8 numbers of the Vin to know for sure. you can also go to www.alldatadiy.com and purchase a subscription that will give you the exact information you need, they change color codes for wires from time to time and if you hook it up wrong you can destroy the computer so I suggest you purchase the subscription to be sure.
Save your money and don't attach the module, it does not work. It only works during idle and after that the O2 and MAP sensors take over to control the air fuel ratio and timing. Take note that if there is a conflict with the program to your ecm's parameters, your engine will run under limp mode default which would result in less HP and performance. Good luck and if you need ore performance just spend the extra to have your car Dyno Turned.
The 1996 Ford Bronco takes a 18" replacement wipers on both drivers side and passenger side. Don't just go by lengths though - when buying windshield wiper blades be sure to always use the application guide book at the store or now-a-days you can Google 'lookup wiper size'.
You want to look this up because correct wiper fit is more than correct length, it's also proper attachement. Not all attachments fit all arms. Using the application guide or looking up wiper size online will avoid headaches of buying the right lengths with the wrong attachements.
The replacement wiper blades will come with step-by-step, illustrated instructions and once you have the instructions and the wiper blades/arms in your hands in front of you, it will all make better sense and will an easy maintenance task. Very simple and takes 5-15 minutes usually not requiring any tools.
If in your budget, upgrade to the newer-style frameless "beam blades" which perform better than conventional framed wipers. I use Trico NeoForm Beam Blades which are fantastic.
Hope this helps!
ignition module in the distributor may be breaking down!
its a common fault as they dont like getting hot!
spark plug gap is critical with these types of sytems
test each plug as you may have fractured one when fitting it
The IAT sensor is most of the time located along the intake tube right after Between the throttle body and MAP sensor. Just follow your air intake tube from your air filter housing to the Throttle body.