if you have the module off take it to a parts store(autozone/advanced auto,or whatever you have around your location) they should be able to test it for free. you may also want to check your pick up coil/coil and distributer.
At the front of the engine, behind a plastic cover, just above the exhaust manifold. There are 4 clips that hold the cover to the ignition module. Under the cover, there are 2 bolts that secure the ignition module to the engine. Disconnect the wiring plug on the end of the ignition module. Undo the bolts and use them to extract the module, then remove the plugs as normal.
I have a '95 grand am quad 4, 2.3 liter engine. The 2.3 quad 4 engine has the spark plugs underneath the ignition module cover, which is the cover that has "Quad 4" written on it. You have to remove this cover to get to the spark plugs. To remove the cover, you have to first unplug the negative batter cable and then unplug the crankshaft sensor from the ignition module housing. The cranshaft sensor is the plug that is to the top right of the ignition module housing. After you have unplugged the sensor, you have to unscrew the four bolts that are on top of the ignition module cover. After you've done that, you can lift the cover directly up. This disconnects it from the spark plugs. When purchasing new spark plugs, make sure you get the right ones for the engine, adn you can ask the guys at the shop to set the correct gap for you.
ignition module is located under the distributor, where the spark plugs come out to go to the spark plugs, remove 6 bolts that hold the 3 capped distributor on, unplug the wires from both ends of module, 3 plugs, lift module out, nothing holds it in after distributor is removed, plug new module in, replace distributor.
The ignition module is under the ignition coils The coils are bolted to the frt of the transmission housing. Follow the ignition wires to the coils The coils are bolted to the module underneath The module control spark to the spark plugs. It sends the required signal to the coil as to when to fire t then fires and "sends" the spark through the ignition wire to the spark plug
Are you talking about the electronic ignition module or the ignition switch? The ignition module sits in the engine compartment and is part of the ignition system (coil, spark plugs, etc). The answer is no if this about what you're referring. The answer for the ignition switch will depend on the vehicle you have. Some, like late model Fords, you don't. Push in the retaining pin and the ignition switch comes right out (you still need a key though). Others you need to take off the steering wheel to replace the switch.
The ignition module is right underneath the ignition coils. The ignition coils are what the spark plugs attach to. My alro was riding really rough so i just changed my coils and module for $200 and it runs like new. All you do is unplug the wires, unscrew the coils(6 bolts) and there is your module. :) Hope this helps!!
Possible reason there is no spark on a 1987 to 1990 Chevrolet Celebrity V6: This assumes that the spark plugs and wires are in good order and the ignition key is on. No power to the ignition module. Faulty ignition module. Faulty crankshaft position sensor. Faulty wiring or connectors. Faulty engine control module (engine computer) There may well be others, these are common causes I have seen.
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