When my enging in runninng, i here alicking on and off soung comming from insine my vehicle on the passenger side near the glove compartment /kick panel, what is this sound
Sometimes when i turn my key on, the check engine light comes on along with a light with a circle and key, and when my engine starts and runs and all the lights goes out, i here this on off clicking sound comming from near the glove compartment by the kick panel,. What is this clicking sound?
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There most likely 2 blend doors and most of the time you can't get to one because it's further under the dashboard while one is fairly close to the glove compartment.
If it's not the one near the glove compartment then you most likely will have to remove your dashboard to get to the second one.
It's located on the passenger side near the firewall under a black plastic cover about 6" X 6" square. Also, there is another fuse panel inside of the car, again on the passenger side in the "kick panel" in front of the door and under the glove compartment.
Turn the engine of the Impala off and open its hood. Use a socket wrench to remove the negative cable from the battery.
Remove the four screws securing the driver's side kick
panel, using a Phillips screwdriver. Use a slotted screwdriver to pry
out the kick panel. Remove the passenger's side kick panel the same way.
Remove the metal plate from the driver's side of the vehicle under the Steering wheel
by detaching its two securing bolts with a socket wrench. Pull the
plate off to reveal three electrical connections. Unplug the three
Open the glove compartment and empty its contents.
Remove the two screws at the back of the glove compartment.
Pull the glove compartment off of the dashboard.
Center Dash Panel
Remove the two screws securing the radio and the two screws securing the A/C unit with a Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the four corner screws of the center dash panel faceplate with a Phillips screwdriver. Pull the faceplate off.
Use a slotted screwdriver to pull the radio and A/C unit toward you.
Reach behind the two devices and disconnect their connections. Pull them out of the vehicle.
Remove the two screws underneath the steering wheel, using a Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the two screws on the lower right side of the dashboard, using a Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the 10 mm bolt from both side panels with a socket wrench.
Remove the defroster grille by pulling it out. Remove the four screws along the top of the dash near the windshield.
Pull the dashboard off the Impala and detach the two
electrical connections. Lift up the dashboard and remove it from the
Most likely tripped the fuel pump cut off switch, this problem can be fixed literally with the push of a button. Locate the switch, generally located behind the kick panel or near transmission hump in passenger floorboard or possibly behind the glove compartment. Locate it and press the button. If it pushes in then that was your problem.
Its on the passenger side underneath the dash. Take off the lower dash panel that's right below the glove compartment (2 screws you can see underneath, 2 you have to take off the glove compartment door to get to). Once you get that off, its really easy to see. There are 2 bolts (size about 7mm) holding it in and a locking clip with the 4 blower switch wires coming out.
PCM Ford's Location:
* Ranger - behind instrument panel (cowl), center to both driver and
* Explorer/Mountaineer - behind instrument panel (cowl), (access from
engine compartment dash panel) on passenger side to center of vehicle.
* All other F-Series, Expedition/Navigator - lower dash panel on
* Excursion - lower dash panel on driver side.
The PCM is behind the glove box and has a big harness connector in the
firewall that you access from the engine compartment. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fig. 1 The calibration number will be needed to order such
parts as a replacement PCM, various sensors, and almost any emission
control component. Typically this number is attached to a label found on
the driver's door or the door pillar
1997-00 F-150, F-250, Expedition and Navigator
Fig. 2 Loosen the connector retaining bolt and remove the PCM
Fig. 3 Remove the passenger side front door scuff plate
Fig. 4 Remove the passenger side kick panel
Fig. 5 Remove the PCM bracket clip and remove the PCM
Remove the battery and the battery tray.
Loosen the connector retaining bolt and remove the PCM connector.
Remove the passenger side front door scuff plate.
Remove the passenger side kick panel.
Remove the PCM bracket clip.
Remove the PCM.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Tighten the PCM connector retaining bolt to 36-44 inch lbs. (4-5