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Old 08-08-2011, 07:43 PM   #1
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HELP.... Need PATS module location....

I have a 01 EXP, 4.0 sohc 4dr. I am having MAJOR pats issues..no starts.. leaving me stranded etc,etc,etc
Does anyone know where the PATS module is located ???? .
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Old 08-08-2011, 07:46 PM   #2
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PATS issue time out....

on a no start on my 01 exp. my PATS light blinks extremely fast, It says you can leave the key in the run position and it will time out in 30 seconds.. It continues to blink fast even atfer 10 minutes and never timed out . ??? any ideas ????
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There's part of the pats system around the ignition barrel, there's also part of it behind the passenger airbag.

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the actual PATS module is located on the drivers side rear interior fender well
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Gets codes first and then you can diagnose what problem is.




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