Yes, My ignition module was bad, I experienced intermittent stalling. My mechanic replaced and it stopped.
If you're not using a heat sink grease between the module and the mount area try using some on your next replacement module.
It is important to recognize the signs of car parts going bad. The symptoms of an ignition coil going bad are bad fuel economy, backfiring, starting problems and engine misfiring.
A bad ignition module will cause a no start situation in a vehicle because the needed spark is not created. It is responsible for telling the distributor when to fire.
bad pick up or bad ignition module
Sounds like your electronic control module is going bad
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?
bad ignition coil, bad plugs. bad plug wires, bad ignition control module........
An electrical short or grounding of the module is one of the leading causes of module failure.
It could either be a bad ignition coil, a bad ignition rotor, a bad ignition cap, a bad ignition control module (if equipped), or a bad coil to cap wire.
Ignition module bad.
Bad Starter. Bad Starter Relay. Bad Ignition Switch. Bad Ignition Module. Improper Ground.
no..if its bad your car wont start
if you have been having intermittent power-accessory or dash light failure, and/or the car won't stay started (no idle), then yes, it can be your ignition switch module. when car won't idle, try turning and holding the key halfway between Start and On; if it then idles normally, it is definitely your ignition switch module. easy to replace.
You can do it yourself by going to troubleshootmyvehicle.com(the author is correct) or take it to oreilly auto parts or autozone. They both will test it for you...Take it to both places..a second opinion never hurts...good luck....
Yes. If the ignition is malfunctioning, the spark plug will not ignite. A bad ignition module, a bad spark plug or a bad plug wire are the most common causes of that (besides a bad battery, of course).
Bad Ignition Module in Distributor.
Bad ignition module.
Take it to AutoZone, and they can test it
No spark can be as simple as a ecm fuse blown, a bad ignition switch, defective ignition module or a bad coil.
This is not common. Check to make sure there is not too much voltage at the dist.
A bad ignition module.
== answer== Could be a bad ignition control module or coil,points if equiped,cap,or rotor,bad ignition switch.
Maybe the igniton control module or the ignition module are making bad contact.