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The engine computer module.Its also called ECM.
The engine computer module is located behind the trim panels on the rear passenger side pillar, just below where the outboard seat belt shoulder harness exits. These top trim piece can be removed by hand.A long flathead screwdriver can be used to press the release on the lower panel. The black computer module is just below the release with a white label. The plastic panels just snap back in place. In the second row seating in your 2004 exp, sit directly behind the front passenger seat, to your right at your right shoulder is the seat belt retracter, 10 to 12 inches below the retracter and behind the lower panel you will find your module. Pull the top panel off, it goes up in front of the rear right side window, now pull the lower panel out and away, you will see the module in all it's glory.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
Hi. The module is located behind the trim panels on the rear passenger side pillar, just below where the outboard seat belt shoulder harness exits. These top trim piece can be removed by hand. The bottom piece can be pulled out far enough to see the code attached to the module. A long flathead screwdriver can be used to press the release on the lower panel. The black computer module is just below the release with a white lable. The five numbers for the keyless entry code are in bold on the lable. The plastic panels just snap back in place.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the front wheel.
Locate and remove the 3 nuts on the upper frame mount,top of the shock.(torque 20 ft lb)
Remove the nut on the sway bar link.(torque 18 ft lb)
Remove the lower bolt that goes thru lower control arm and shock.(torque 258 ft lb)
Then use a spring compressor to compress spring and remove the nut on the spring plate.(41 ft lb)
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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