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Where is the IBCM module located

Making a knocking noise above air ducts under dash. I pulled the IBCM fuse and the noise stops. The fuse controls the ignition bcm and several other items. what makes the knocking noise even when the car is off.

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Should be the air control doors moving.

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THE EBCM IS BAD this is the electronic control module that is on abs pump. you can replace seperate I think it is around 500 for part

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SOURCE: my 2002 trailblazer is making a clicking noise in the a/c

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SOURCE: Body Control Module

Below the instrument panel on the left side henge pillar,or up high behind the Instrument panel depending the model and options!

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Seems to me that you may be having an issue with your climate control blend door. It maybe getting stuck with something in its way or you may have a bad blend door actuator.

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