Relay for the fuel pump. So I know the fans are good. I can understand what you are saying about the water pump and all, but; I replaced the water pump in her just this past summer. I replaced the fump pump about one year ago. This is an electronic module located under the plastic panel that has all the engine information stickers on it, right over the radiator area.
I have checked all fuses and the fan motor is good. May 08, 2012 check all your rounds on the body, behind kick panels, and in engine compartment. I had the Fan relay failed on mine, opened it and replaced with a new relay found at specialty electronics shop. No need to actually cool the interior. The engine will only start after the check engine light comes on and the ecu is what controls that. Relay for the Air Conditioning clutch on the compressor.
It is under the intake housing on the driver's side of the vehicle. Come to find out my radiator fans are not coming on after temperature is high enough. Check all the grounds at the battery too. I think the problem is the relay control module. It's a little metal box about 3 inches by 3 inches, that has… I have a 1995, and it is on top of the radiator frame.
The only thing I had to have done was the alternator. Quick question on that, could that cause the engine to run lean? I think the engineering number on it is 12B577?. The relays are : 1. You can get one at the boneyard for considerably less. My heat is working just fine also. On a side note, I live in Florida, so it doesn't freeze enough around here, and I'm not losing coolant from the reservoir. A cold engine may read 3 volts and a hot engine may read.
The engine will only start after the check engine light comes on and the ecu is what controls that. Kind of a pain in the butt to do on these cars cause it's on the bottom and has to come out in the front passenger side wheel well. When purchasing a replacement module, pay attention not only to the model of the vehicle, but also to the trim level that the particular part supports. As the engine temp goes up the signal voltage goes down. It is a small box with quite a number of wires running into it. There are a bunch of wires running into it. It is in a relay box called the Constant Control Relay Module.
Thanks for taking the time to respond. How can I be sure? It is mounted at the base of the strut tower. The actual relay itself is located at the base of the strut tower. Don't know where else to look. When it fails, it puts your vehicle in danger of overheating or shutting down. I have a 1993 ford taurus 3.
The fuel pump relay is in a box on the left fender drivers side just below the intake housing on the drivers side strut tower. Fortunately, an extensive inventory of modules is available from sellers on eBay. If I turn the car off and restart it, again, power for a few seconds then none. A common problem with taurus was corrodid cables, Oct 08, 2009. Corrupt wrote:Could I have gotten a new bad sensor? Also, when I pulled my coolant temp sensor, I did not drain the reservoir just so I could get some kinda water flow out the sensor port. When you open the hood and look down, on mine, there is a black plastic piece that has stickers on it with info about the car.
The 543 fault code read: fuel pump secondary circuit fault. Also check the high and low pressure switches in the system. If you lift that black plastic piece up, the integrated relay control module is right underneath it. I have no low or high speed radiator fan when the coolant is overheating. It controls the relays for the high and low fan speeds, the air conditioning compressor clutch and the fuel pump relay.
The label is bolted down with 4 screws; under the label is the relay control module, a black box held to the car's chassis by two screws. The other relay is the fuel pump relay, which is turned on by the engine computer. Nothing that would make the coil fire continuosly. The relay module has all you relays built into it, but they are not replaceable. You start your car and back out of the driveway, but before you reach the next intersection, you realize that your radio, power windows, air-conditioning, and other essential amenities are not functioning the way they should.
Remove the four 8mm screws to remove it and you will see a black box about 4inches by 4 inches. At least thru my heater core anyways. I have a 96 Ford Taurus with the 3. Quick question on that, could that cause the engine to run lean? In my opinion if you can take the time to post up an idea, you can at least explain yourself a little more as to why you believe it sounds like this. It is located right at the the front of the car, up top, just to the right of the hood latch mechanism. Replacing your constant control relay module allows you to continue driving your vehicle with confidence, especially in the middle of summer when you rely on your air-conditioning for a little relief.