Yes, My ignition module was bad, I experienced intermittent stalling. My mechanic replaced and it stopped.
The sensor may be defective/broken. I would have that checked or replaced.
I would replace the ignition module in the distributor.
The computer maybe fubar(no good)? have you checked the plug wires distributor cap and rotor? could be the distributor its self or possably the pick up coil
Have the ignition module and coil packs checked.
Some thing's to check on all used vehicles before purchase would be how old it is and how many miles are on it. Also inquire about what parts have been replaced and when they were replaced.
where is the pcm module located on my 1997 Chevy truck
check the wire harness that connects to the engine block, on the back
== == check that you are getting power to the distributor. i am assuming you are talking about a earlier model vehicle Have you checked the ecm relay? maybe the pickup coil assy.
have you replaced and or tested both coils? are you getting no spark on the intake and the exaust sides?
Have you checked the ignition control module? Have you checked the ignition control module?
in mark 8's they use a controler to make flashers flash. this module has gone bad
Have you checked the daytime running light module?
IT's a module that controls the Deployment of the air bag & needs 2 b replaced when a new air bag is replaced.
Have the ignition module checked out and find a new mechanic. Also change the fuel filter.
?ignition control module/pickup
You should have your rotors checked and possibly turned or replaced as necessary You should have your rotors checked and possibly turned or replaced as necessary
possibly the wire from the coil to the cap, or a cracked distrib. cap, or a worn rotor, have you checked your ignition module?
in the computer
No, because the transmission control module and speedometer will not line up, so it will not work.
how do you remove the ignition control module on a 1988 ford f-250 pickup?
sounds like we are having the same type of issue, I replaced ignition Module and coil pack, and still no spark the last thing to change is the Computer.
it is not an alarm module it is called a G.E.M. module,and it located behind the radio in the dash.and to replaced it has to be reprogrammed
most 2000 model year focus have a fuel delivery module recall.
blower module on blower/ evap case