I've been told on distributor.. doesn't have one. Been told on radiator support- not there ?? any ideas? Not sure if that's my problem anyway. Runs great but sometimes when run alot it "chugs" and sounds like going to die after i start back up then after 20 seconds or so idle speed comes back up and runs perfect again. Never goes at cold start. No check engine codes. Tuned up good. Changed fuel pump still didn't fix ???
Do you know where ignition control module is located? on 1996 Ford Thunderbird
by rpclements in Albuquerque, NM on March 28, 2012
2 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by csubak30 on March 28, 2012
Hope this helps you http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/266999_ccrm_1.jpg and it looks like this http://images.wrenchead.com/smartpages/partinfo_resize/STA/LX243.jpg follow the spark plug wires to it.
COMMENT by rpclements on March 30, 2012
I tried to blow up that diagram but can't quite read. Thanks for sending though.. The spark plug wires commect to the coil pack which is in the front/middle of engine. Is that maybe under the coil pack? Looks different than the pic they pulled up for me at autozone ??
COMMENT by Duddy29 on April 11, 2012
It isn't there, just coil packs & condenser. I had similar problems before and turn out to be fuel delivery
ANSWER by Duddy29 on April 11, 2012
According to the chilton manual there isn't one. Look into the fuel pump make sure it has enough pressure and not to much pressure
COMMENT by rpclements on April 13, 2012
Ok yeah that makes sense cuz I've looked everywhere. Thanks so much for your response!