Sometimes bad grounds can cause these problems. Electrical surges are hard on electrical components. I would make sure that the grounds between the engine and frame/ firewall are free of rust and paint.Remove them and sand them to bare metal and add a ground strap here. Think about the fact that your motor sits on rubber mounts and is connected by rubber hoses; this is why grounds are SO important.Did you replace the spark plug wires, cap and rotor? If these are bad along with ground problems, this causes high resistance in your secondary system and electricity takes the easy path to ground and that may mean frying your module. Good luck.
Your Ignition modules are located in the coil pack on top of your spark plugs.
could be distributor, coil or ignition module. usually the ignition modules fail first on them.
I take mine to Autozone, they offer free testing of ignition modules.
The spark plugs are located under each of the ignition coil modules on 2008 Chevy Colorado. It is necessary to remove the coils and related wiring to access and replace them.
First off, does it turn over (crank) and not start? If it does and the motor sounds like it should start and it doesn't then check and see if your car is equipped with an ignition module, which I'm pretty sure it does. If it has an ignition module, replace that and it should solve your problem. Ignition modules are inexpensive and easy to install.
Ignition switches and body control modules are issues on these cars.
what r the modules
Flasher modules are normally near the fuses in the fuse box.
Did you check are replace the ignition MODULE in the distributor. If you remove the distributor cap and the rotor you will see it on the right side of the dist. plate . It will have elsctrical connectors going to it. That does control spark and fuel pump too.
Generally the electronic ignition module limits the rpm Hi performance modules are available without limiter.
If you kack up the front right wheel, and remove it....there is a rubber flap , and behind that is the ignition modules with the other end of the plug wires attached. Where is it in a 2004 Chevy classic?
You add more memory, or you replace the memory with larger modules.
NO......only Chevrolet dealer can program control modules, snap-on scanners can only collect data from modules not put data in. some shops other than dealers may have that capability but price wise it would be the same as dealer.
Go to modulemaster.com and you will find easy instructions and great prices on reconditioned modules.
What exactly is going on with the car that is making you believe that the ignition module is bad to begin with? Does it not turn over, no power, are there any lights that come on the dashboard? What kind of key is used in this car? Does it have a "chip" in the key?
either the coil is cactus or the ignition module. i'd start there. fords have problems cos the coils overheat due to lack of cold air flow and they crack. this usually causes the ignition module to fail. if you change one, you change the other. also bad earths cause ignition modules to fail.
RAM (Random Access Memory), SIMMs (Single Inline Memory Modules), DImms (Dual Inline Memory Modules), RIMMs (Rambus Inline Memory Modules).
Its on the top of the engine at the right front... coils and ignition module are together. Follow the plug wires, away from the spark plugs, where they will connect into the coil pack. The ignition module is sandwiched under the coil pack. To remove either... remove the three nuts under the ignition module and the six torx screws on top of the coil pack.... voila. After market new modules (10/2010) cost $98-134 at Carquest Auto Parts. OEM Delco module cost New from B&B Auto parts $ 360 Good Luck
abs module.. Chevrolet had alot of problems with these modules in the early 2000 thru 2003 models.. i thought the had fixed the issue.. apparently not
yes they can be mixed.
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If you don't have spark at the plugs, or at the distributor cap, the problem is probably a faulty ignition module. This is located under the distributor cap and ignition rotor. You need test equipment to check the coils, modules and pole pieces.