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Location of the esc module on a 1994 gmc k1500 suburban & where is the wire to disconnect the esc locaticed


ESC module is for electronic spark control and is located on engine block near ignition coil . it's to control spark advance for timing.

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Please help my ssangyong rexton2.7 D gazoil Stuart only with Stuart pilot .because code error P11 48 C1623 P1676. P0343 Think you


C1623 is with in the chassis sensors P1148, P1623, P1676 is in the ECM not on my list of codes not sure what it is. call parts house and they can tell you what it is. PO343 is camshaft position sensor circuit high input. P1148 not sure not on my list of codes they may be in the newer codes list but I don't have an updated list

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ESC OFF is switch on


Yes, and press the switch and ESC will turn on. The switch enables or disables the ESC. When you turn off the vehicle and turn it back on, the ESC will automatically turn on regardless of whether it was on or off when you last turned the car off. If you want to keep the ESC disabled, you will need to push the button each time you start the car. The ESC is not the ESCape hatch. It is the Electronic Stabilization Control. This is a computer operated system of interworking devices that help keep the car stabilized and driving correctly. It includes the antilock braking system, the antiskid system and the traction control system (if equiped).

Mar 08, 2014 | 2006 Hyundai Sonata

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92 chevy s10 code says esc module


What is electronic spark control (ESC)?

Electronic Spark Control

An additional electronic control (ESC) is used on vehicles equipped with
an LE9 engine. The Electronic Spark Control (ESC) system is a closed
loop system that controls engine detonation by modifying the spark
advance when detonation occurs. The amount of retard is a function of
the degree of detonation.



Controller

The (ESC) controller processes the sensor signal and applies it to the
distributor to adjust spark timing. The process is continuous so that
the presence of detonation is monitored and controlled. The controller
is a hard wired signal processor/amplifier which operates from 6 to 16
volts. The controller has no memory storage.



Sensor

The (ESC) sensor is a piezoelectric device, mounted in the engine block
that detects the presence (or absence) and intensity of detonation by
the vibration characteristics of the engine. The output is an
electrical signal that goes to the controller. A sensor failure would
allow no retard.



ESC Vacuum Switch

On LE9 engine equipped vehicles with automatic transmission a "tip in"
vacuum switch is used. Its function is to provide a momentary contact
closure (signal) to the ESC controller during a throttle "tip in"
condition which then briefly retards spark timing to minimize knock.
The switch contacts are normally open under steady engine vacuum
conditions including no vacuum, and all brief increasing vacuum
conditions. Basically the switch closes only during rapidly decreasing
vacuum conditions such as that encountered on rapid throttle operation.

Dec 18, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Service ESC light is on, where is the ESC located


Hi,
In the Owner's Manual the ESC system is defined. Read THIS POST about it.

GL,
Td

Oct 08, 2012 | 2008 Saturn Aura

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Esc warning kight


esc usually means electronic spark control. But I didn't know there was a warning light for that. There is usually a bulb like solenoid on the side of the engine block. This retards timing in case of spark knock.

Jun 12, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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ESC light. What does it mean


I'm sorry to say that Michael Richardson is incorrect. ESC actually stands for Electronic Stability Control. It monitors the wheels for slippage, and will reduce power (or even apply braking, according to Kia) to a particular wheel if it detects that it has lost traction. For example, say you're driving in the rain and your front passenger wheel hits a puddle and starts to hydroplane. ESC will cut the power to that wheel so that it rolls freely until you get out of the puddle. As it's doing that your ESC light flashes. If you are driving on ice and no wheels have good traction it may stay lit and not allow you to accelerate rapidly because it can control the throttle as well. You can turn off ESC with a button on your dashboard which will result in a yellow ESC Off indicator.

If your ESC Off light is on all the time regardless of the dashboard button or weather conditions, you probably have a problem with your ESC system, which could be as simple as a faulty brake light switch. Kia should be able to diagnose it quickly.

Feb 13, 2011 | 2004 Kia Optima

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ESC light on/Now it says ESC OFF


Electronic Stability Control (or ESC) is a new crash avoidance system found on many vehicles. Unlike air bags, which only help you during a collision, ESC will help you to avoid loss of control that could lead to a collision.
ESC is designed to help you stay in control of your vehicle during an emergency manoeuvre, such as when you need to swerve or brake suddenly to avoid an obstacle.
ESC monitors your steering versus the direction of the vehicle. When they do not match, ESC will automatically actuate the brakes at one or more wheels for short periods of time, reduce engine power, or both. If at all possible, ESC will help you maintain control of your vehicle.
ESC is automatically "ON" whenever you start your vehicle. Some vehicles have an ESC Off switch; this switch is needed to disable ESC during certain situations such as when you are stuck in snow. If your vehicle has an ESC Off switch, refer to the vehicle owner's manual for more information. Unless you manually shut ESC Off, it will remain active until you turn the engine off.

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Jan 27, 2009 | 2007 Hyundai Sonata Limited Sedan

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Esc light comes on and car wont go into park or any other gear other then D and N.


Electronic Stability Control (or ESC) is a new crash avoidance system found on many vehicles. Unlike air bags, which only help you during a collision, ESC will help you to avoid loss of control that could lead to a collision.
ESC is designed to help you stay in control of your vehicle during an emergency manoeuvre, such as when you need to swerve or brake suddenly to avoid an obstacle.
ESC monitors your steering versus the direction of the vehicle. When they do not match, ESC will automatically actuate the brakes at one or more wheels for short periods of time, reduce engine power, or both. If at all possible, ESC will help you maintain control of your vehicle.
ESC is automatically "ON" whenever you start your vehicle. Some vehicles have an ESC Off switch; this switch is needed to disable ESC during certain situations such as when you are stuck in snow. If your vehicle has an ESC Off switch, refer to the vehicle owner's manual for more information. Unless you manually shut ESC Off, it will remain active until you turn the engine off.

Jan 17, 2009 | 2007 Hyundai Sonata Limited Sedan

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Timing will not adjust properly


theres a plug to disconnect (ESC?) before setting it at dead 0...YES must stop computer from interferingmhile u set timing usually a brown wire with a white stripe near firewall under master brake cyl. set at dead ZERO.......if it still stayz totally retarded ya got ESC problems..... ifits too advanced and pings ...AFTER YA ZERO IT...then ya got knock sensor problem. or bad ground at ESC electronic spark control advances and retaRDS IGNITION TIMING for best performance

Nov 21, 2008 | 1989 GMC Suburban

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