Fuel-injection control module - removal and refitting

Removal
1 The fuel-injection control module is only used on KE-Jetronic systems and is located in the engine compartment behind the heater plenum chamber and fan motor.

2 Disconnect the battery negative lead.

3 Remove the plenum chamber top cover rubber seal (see illustration).

16.3 Remove the plenum chamber rubber seal
16.3 Remove the plenum chamber rubber seal

4 Release the five retaining clips and lift off the plenum chamber top cover (see illustrations).

16.4a Release the retaining clips . . .
16.4a Release the retaining clips . . .

16.4b . . . and lift off the plenum chamber top cover
16.4b . . . and lift off the plenum chamber top cover

5 Undo the two nuts securing the heater fan motor assembly to the bulkhead. Lift the unit off the studs and place it on the engine, but avoid straining the wiring (see illustrations).

16.5a Heater fan motor retaining nut
16.5a Heater fan motor retaining nut

16.5b Removing the heater fan motor assembly . . .
16.5b Removing the heater fan motor assembly . . .

6 Disconnect the module wiring multi-plug, then undo the three screws and remove the unit from its location (see illustration).

16.6 . . . for access to the fuel-injection control module
16.6 . . . for access to the fuel-injection control module

Refitting 7 Refitting is the reversal of removal. Take care not to trap the motor wiring when refitting the fan motor assembly and ensure that it is engaged in the slot provided in the housing (see illustration).

16.7 Fan motor wiring engaged in housing slot (arrowed)
16.7 Fan motor wiring engaged in housing slot (arrowed)

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