Question about 1997 Chevrolet Suburban
Not seeing voltage from EMC pin A1 to fuel relay. is the EMC bad?? Where is it located?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Fuel Pump Relay is located in the Glove Box under a little cover on the upper left side. The Fuel Control Relay is the left relay and The Fuel Pump Relay is the right. To test these relays, swap them and then try to start the vehicle, or blow the horn. If the horn blows then use that relay for the pump and you may at least drive the vehicle where needed! If the vehicle starts, then replace them as a pair.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: Transmission Control Module
Before condemning the transmission, I
would check the shift cable for proper operation. Look at the side of
the transmission where the shift cable attaches. Have someone shift the
transmission from PARK to FIRST. The engine should not be running. If
the operating lever on the transmission moves, then you probably do
have an internal transmission problem.
If the operating lever does not move, you have a broken shift cable or it has popped of it's attachments at the operating lever or gear shift handle.
A bad Transmission Control Module (TCM) would not keep it from shifting. In the event of a bad TCM, the transmission would go into fail safe mode and you could continue driving the vehicle.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
passengers side firewall behind plastic cover thats about 12 inches long with a bump in the middle,where the battery cables hook together ,there should be 2 relays there and i think its the one closest to the drivers side
Posted on May 08, 2009
It is actually a wiper control module that controls this. I have replaced many of them. It is the cover that is screwed to the wiper gear box. Remove both wiper arms. Remove the plastic cowl cover below the windshield that covers from side to side. Once inside you will see the wiper motor/transmission assy. Disconnect the electrical connector, and remove screws from cover, and replace it.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
It's the black oval box attached to the firewall with a wire harness coming out of the bottom
under the hood...above/slightly to side of passanger side valve cover...should have grey plastic locking "key" on the face of it
Posted on May 31, 2010
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