what is the color order of the wires to a Pontiac Sunbird ignition module
From 1991 to 1995 with the EEC-IV system there is an external ignition control module mounted on the radiator support in front of the battery. Remove the battery in order to change the module. 1996 and newer with the EEC-V system, the ignition control module is incorperated into the powertrain control module (PCM) that is visible from the engine compartment, in the firewall, on the passenger side.
the ignition module on a buick park avenue is under the coil pack which is on the front left side of motor. its where the plugs plug into coil pack. the ignition module is the part that is underneath the coil pack. You will need a star tool to remove the 6 star screws. in order to remove the whole thing their are 3 i belive 7mm nuts under neath the whole thing these also need to be removed. you then unplug the coil pack from the ignition module in order to replace it . be sure to get the wires hooked up in sequence or it may not start.
First disconnect the negative battery cable then make sure engine is cool before you do the next step, disconnect the cooling fan then remove then remove the four bolts that hold the fan in, remove the upper radiator support mount, jack the car up, make sure you put it on jack stand, there is a bolt on the bottom of the ignition module mount, you have to remove that from under the car, then remove spark plug wire make sure you label them before you remove them because if you don't you will change the firing order and you car may not start or run right if you don't them back in the correct firing order, OK now disconnect the ignition connector then remove the two bolts, one on each side, then remove the ignition module with the coil pack. installation is the same as removal. Good luck.
Look behind the red colored dipstick. You will see 2 ignition coils side by side (the spark plug wires connect to them) these are mounted on top of the ignition module. Each coil connects 2 spark plug wires. The coils have 2 bolts that hold them to the block. Disconnect the 2 plugs at the top of the ignition module. Remove the bolts holding the ignition coils to the ignition module and the whole assembly will come off.When replacing the coils, the spark plug order from left to right is 4-1-2-3 (the cylinder order on the block from left to right is 1-2-3-4).
Need to know the firing order for a 1989 Olds 88 and the corresponding numbers on the ignition coil pack
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The distributor has a module that sends the current to each spark plug in its firing order. To get to the module one must first remove the ignition rotor. There is a plate that has two screws. The module is located under the plate. The module can be removed and be tested at a local parts store. The module can be purchased at most auto stores. It cost around $100.00.
Most Ford vehicles require you to remove the Air Bag module first, remove the steering wheel next in order to access the retaining screws on the back side of the the steering wheel. Most importantly if you intend to do this procedure, you must disconnect the battery first and then put the ignition key in the ignition and turn it on in order to discharge the electricity still left in the system.
The Ignition Module on this vehicle is located inside the distributor car. There are 2 sets of wires that plug into the distributor. The large wire connector is your ignition module. In order to remove the old one you must. . Unscrew and remove the distributor cap. Pull of the Rotor button in the center of the distributor. Remove the two screws on each side that holds in the plastic gasket that goes around the inside edge of the distributor. Once that is off.. there are 2 more screws that have to be removed that holds on the black distributor shield. Remove the Center screw that was underneath the rotor button. (Be sure not to strip that screw). Once the screw is out.. remove the contents but make sure to remember how it goes back together. Once the contents are removed.. there will be a very small screw that holds down a small metal contacter. Remove that screw.. slightly bend the contactor and remove the igniition module. Its alot simpler than it sounds. Good Luck!
The starter relay is out. Or the ignition module. Or the ignition switch is out. And its the odds in that order. Greatest to least.
Take out the distributor.Take off the cap. Take off the rotor. Undo the bolt holding the bob weights. Remove the 2 screws holding the vacumatic advance unit on the outside and manouvre off the advance mechanism inside. Remove the 2 screws holding the bottom assembly. Mark position and remove. Now the module... You will see a small coil surrounding the center spindle,it's attached to the module which is held by 2 screws and 2 wires attached (take care to replace the wires in the same order). Remove the screws and lift out the coil/module. The coil is attached to the module by 2 slide-in contacts. Pull the coil off the module and put it on the replacement module. Be sure to put the heat sink white paste that comes with the new module. Re-assemble.