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What module sensor is on the back drivers side of the motor

The car has been stalling at stops

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Have 2007 lincoln mkx with no heat on drivers side and heat on passenger side,actuators are working on all blend doors, any suggestions


Is this the Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) ? Have you check for DTC'S ?
Did you try a cold boot ?
Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) Module and Electronic Manual Temperature Control (EMTC) Module Cold Boot Process
The purpose of the cold boot process is to allow the EATC or EMTC module to reinitialize. To carry out the cold boot process, follow the steps below.
  1. NOTE: EATC only. Clear the DTCs.
  1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  1. Disconnect the EATC or EMTC module electrical connectors.
  1. Inspect module connectors for:
    • corrosion.
    • pushed-out connectors.
    • incorrectly seated connector.
  1. Wait one minute.
  1. Connect the EATC or EMTC module electrical connectors.
  1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  1. Select any position except OFF on the EATC or EMTC module.
The EATC or EMTC module will now initialize.
Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) Module DTC Chart NOTE: Some PCM DTCs may inhibit air conditioning (A/C) operation. If any PCM DTCs are retrieved, diagnose those first. Refer to the Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) manual. DTC Description Action to Take B1251 A/C In-Vehicle Temperature Sensor Open Circuit Go To Pinpoint Test A . B1253 A/C In-Vehicle Temperature Sensor Circuit Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test A . B1255 A/C Ambient Temperature Sensor Open Circuit Go To Pinpoint Test B . B1257 A/C Ambient Temperature Sensor Circuit Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test B . B2427 RH A/C Solar Radiation Sensor Circuit Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test C . B2426 RH A/C Solar Radiation Sensor Open Circuit Go To Pinpoint Test C . B2795 LH A/C Solar Radiation Sensor Circuit Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test C . B2796 LH A/C Solar Radiation Sensor Open Circuit Go To Pinpoint Test C . B2014 Evaporator Temperature Sensor Circuit Open Go To Pinpoint Test D . B1947 Evaporator Temperature Sensor Circuit Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test D . B295A LH Blend Door Potentiometer Feedback Circuit Open Go To Pinpoint Test F . B295B LH Blend Door Potentiometer Feedback Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test F . B226C LH Blend Door Motor Stalled Go To Pinpoint Test F . B295C RH Blend Door Potentiometer Feedback Circuit Open Go To Pinpoint Test F . B295D RH Blend Door Potentiometer Feedback Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test F . B226D RH Blend Door Motor Stalled Go To Pinpoint Test F . B295E Mode Door Potentiometer Feedback Circuit Open Go To Pinpoint Test F . B295F Mode Door Potentiometer Feedback Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test F . B226E Mode Door Motor Stalled Go To Pinpoint Test F .
  • The temperature control is inoperative/does not operate correctly
  • Circuitry open/shorted
  • Door actuator
  • LH or RH blend door actuator/linkage
  • EMTC or EATC module
  • Go To Pinpoint Test F .

Nov 10, 2016 | Lincoln Cars & Trucks

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I cannot find my igition module olsmobile cutlass1993


you don`t say if this is 4 or 6 cylinder motor. if its a 4 the module is bolted on the back of the motor firewall side with the ignition coils attached to it. note the crank sensor is fastened to the module and sticks into the motor so when you pull the ignition module the crank sensor will come out with it. on a 6 its located at the front of the motor(rad side) near the bottom of the motor and the coil packs are fastened on top of the module, and has electrical plugs connected to it. the module is bolted to engine with 3 bolts and the coils come off with the module. its easier to remove the assembly from under the car.

Sep 16, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2007 jeep patriot. It stalled at stop sign started ran rough. Parked came back drove it home ran u- scan code p0017 replaced crank and cam sensors still runs rough changed plugs were bad. I was...


code p0017 refers to crank/ cam oosition sensor bank 1 sensor B -correlation ===causes --wiring--CKP sensor--CMP sensor--mechanical fault.
It also refers to control modules, cooling fan--no signal===causes -- wiring--ECM.
If it has a timing chain then the the advice that it will not be the chain is good. So I suggest checking out the cam/ crank sensors and wiring

Oct 22, 2013 | 2008 Jeep Patriot

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GMC Yukon Seat Switch


You don't mention what year your Yukon is ? This could very well be a control Module problem .
I'll post how the power memory seat's work or are suppose to work !

Memory Seats Description and Operation

Battery voltage is supplied to the memory seat module through a 25 A circuit breaker. The memory seat module supplies the seat adjuster switch assembly with a battery positive reference voltage. While the seat adjuster switches are in an inactive state the switch contacts are closed to the adjuster switch common circuit. When a seat adjuster switch is pressed to an active state the switch contact is closed to the reference voltage circuit. Battery voltage on a switch signal circuit indicates to the memory seat module the switch status is active. Each seat adjuster motor is controlled by the memory seat module through 2 motor control circuits. While the seat adjuster motors are in an inactive state the motor control circuits are closed to ground circuit contacts within the memory seat module. The memory seat module operates the seat adjuster motors by switching one of a motors control circuits to battery voltage. The seat adjuster motors are bidirectional and the direction of adjuster motor rotation is determined by which of the adjuster motor control circuits is switched to battery voltage while the other remains grounded.


Memory Set/Recall Operation
The seat adjuster motors are equipped with internal position sensors. The adjuster motor position sensors are monitored by the memory seat module and are used to determine the seat position when storing or recalling memory settings. The driver seat adjuster motors use potentiometer type position sensors. The position sensors are supplied with a 5 V reference and ground circuits from the memory seat module. The position sensor signal circuits return to an analog input within the memory seat module. During adjuster motor operation the position sensor provides a voltage change proportional to the change in revolution of the adjuster motor shaft. The memory seat module monitors the voltage from the position sensor signal circuits to determine the adjuster motor positions when storing or recalling memory seat position settings.
The memory recall switch assembly on the driver door provides inputs to the driver door lock/window switch. Battery voltage is supplied to the memory recall switch assembly from the driver door lock/window switch. When a RCL 1, RCL 2, or EXIT switch is pressed, the switch contacts close the appropriate switch signal circuit to the battery voltage supply circuit within the memory recall switch assembly. When the driver door lock/window switch receives active switch signals from the memory recall switch assembly, the appropriate commands are sent to the memory seat module using the GMLAN Serial Data circuit. The Body Control Module software version determines the personalization features available.
Memory seat recall operation is allowed only with the transmission selector lever in the PARK position while the ignition is on. The transmission selector lever position data is provided to the memory seat module by a message through the GMLAN Serial Data circuit.

There are somethings listed you are not familiar with , like GMLAN Serial Data circuit ,maybe Body Control Module software etc... GMLAN is a communincation network that the computers on the vehicle uses to share information , transmit commons etc... you can google it to read about it .

There are DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes that can set in the module in control . Do you know what DTC'S are .

DTC Descriptors
DTC B1825 01: Driver Seat Recline Position Sensor Circuit Short to Battery
DTC B1825 06: Driver Seat Recline Position Sensor Circuit Short to Ground or Open
DTC B1825 5A: Driver Seat Recline Position Sensor Circuit Plausibility Failure
DTC B1850 01: Driver Seat Lumbar Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit Short to Battery
DTC B1850 06: Driver Seat Lumbar Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit Short to Ground or Open
DTC B1850 5A: Driver Seat Lumbar Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit Plausibility Failure
DTC B1860 01: Driver Seat Lumbar Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Short to Battery
DTC B1860 06: Driver Seat Lumbar Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Short to Ground or Open
DTC B1860 5A: Driver Seat Lumbar Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Plausibility Failure
DTC B2355 01: Driver Seat Front Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Short to Battery
DTC B2355 06: Driver Seat Front Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Short to Ground or Open
DTC B2355 5A: Driver Seat Front Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Plausibility Failure
DTC B2365 01: Driver Seat Rear Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Short to Battery
DTC B2365 06: Driver Seat Rear Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Short to Ground or Open
DTC B2365 5A: Driver Seat Rear Vertical Position Sensor Circuit Plausibility Failure
DTC B2375 01: Driver Seat Assembly Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit Short to Battery
DTC B2375 06: Driver Seat Assembly Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit Short to Ground or Open
DTC B2375 5A: Driver Seat Assembly Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit Plausibility Failure

5) Memory Seat Module is under the front of the driver seat , you could look under an see if all the connectors are fully seated.

The best diagnostic step would be to hook up the factory scan tool an see what the computer is seeing as far as inputs from the switch an outputs it's sending . I wouldn't suggest you take the seat apart an try testing electrical inputs etc.... unless you very familiar with automotive electrical systems an circuits .

Mar 06, 2017 | GMC Cars & Trucks

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Where is the airbag module located in the 2000 cadillac seville


Hello: Sir, There are a total of 5 (five) modules in the Inflatable restraint system, ( airbag) I will list them, their purpose and location:
Sensing & Diagnostic Module, the main module located under the rear of center console, Driver side inflator module located left side driver seat back . driver side inpact sensor located left lower side of center left pillar. steering wheel inflator module under the horn pad in the steering wheel. passenger front side inflator module located under righ side of upper instrument panel . Right front passenger side impact module right side of passenger seat lower back. Rf passenger side impact sensor. lower part of center pillar. The left and right sensors are not modules . Note, Codes B0051 and B0053 require replacement and programming with a scanner. Hope this helps you

Oct 08, 2010 | Cadillac Seville Cars & Trucks

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We already changed the coile and the module and we still cant get it to turn on?


I guess your not getting fire to the plugs,you need to check your crank sensor,sit on top of trans back of motor over by driver side with two 10mm bolts, you'll see a harness going down from the motor to the trans on driver side.Replace ,bet my money on it.

Dec 13, 2009 | 1988 Jeep Cherokee

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94 Lincoln TC engine stalls when slowing/stopping


Most common cause of stalling for Lincolns in that era is the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor). It regulates fuel mixture, idle speed etc. A bad TPS will usually act up in one of two ways:
  1. When cold, car continually stalls
  2. When warm, car stalls when slowing down (especially if AC is on)
As far as valve cover oil leak, it's a problem that should be addressed to keep oil from fouling your spark plugs but highly unlikely to be the cause of your stalling problem. Hope this answers your question. All the best.
Greg

Jun 16, 2009 | 1994 Lincoln Town Car

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My car keeps cutting off


First of all don't go looking for a distributor cause that car does not have one. It has a coilpack that is triggered by the ignition module wich sits underneath the coilpack on the front of the engine on the right side with all the plug wires goin to it. mcmuff- this is a D.I.S. system. That means: Distributorless Ignition Sytem.
It is really hard to check the module cause unless you work for the dealer like i did back then, you can't get the test perameters you need. the primary voltage from the module is arround 1100 volts.The secondary voltage from the coil is 30,000 so be carefull!!
My guess is a bad crank sensor wich like mcmuff is thinking , is vonerable to heat soaking like a module or coil in a conventional distributor system. It is not easy to test these either. Its dangerous but the best way of checking the crank sensor is to tap it with a long (24") screwdriver. tap it rapidly but not so hard you move it in it's bracket. If the car stalls or stumbles it is the crank sensor. The crank sensor tells the pcm and module when to fire the injectors and plugs with some help from the cam sensor to synchronize them. The cam sensor WILL NOT make the car stall if it goes bad.
I'll keep an eye out for ya for any more questions if ya need.Good luck........Scott

Sep 08, 2008 | 1994 Oldsmobile 88

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