the ignition module controls the spark, the processor is adaptive, and I'm not certain...
if it's not running right, or the check engine light is on, diagnose the emmissions/enging controls circuits...
read up on diagnosis....
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in the distrubuter
Check circut breaker, relay under ingition module cover.
Won't fire as in no spark? Replace the ingition module inside the distributor.
DRL modules are like fuses...they are inexpensive, & usually replaced, not repaired.
The ign. control module on a 2.8L s10 is in the distributor. Remove the distributor cap and it is attached to the base of the distributor
If you look at the right side of the distributor you will see 2 sets of electric wires that plug into the module. Remove dist. cap and rotor and then the 2 small screews that hold the module inplace.
IT's a module that controls the Deployment of the air bag & needs 2 b replaced when a new air bag is replaced.
put a higher voltage ingition module on it
It is on the left side, about half way down the steering column. It has two bolts holding it in and one holding the wiring harness on it.
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
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.
i have a 96 ,i replaced the module the other day,i found it next to the battery
It would die and not restart. Yes it may restart! I have had modules quit when they get hot and work again when they cooled down.
Under hood, passenger side, front engine area, below valve cover, mounted in distributor
The computer needs replaced.
Yes, My ignition module was bad, I experienced intermittent stalling. My mechanic replaced and it stopped.
It can be replaced either as the fuel pump or as the module. The module is the complete assembly including the sending unit. The pump is located in the fuel tank.
Yes. A SIMM is a single in-line memory module. All this really means is that contacts on both sides of the module are redundant. SIMM was replaced with DIMM (dual in-line memory module).
Bulbs cannot be replaced. Entire control module must be replaced.
It is HIGH ENERGY IGNITION. There isn't any points or condenser as they are replaced with an ignition module.
no and no
I had this problem once with a 95 cavalier, it was the crank censor. But it could be the ingition module also. Its a game of trial and error.
The climate control module is part of the control assembly. The entire assembly has to be replaced as one unit for the 1990 models.
did you changed your thermostat? You MUST keep around 195 degree thermostat in the vehicle at ALL TIMES due to the computer system. The ignition module usually gets hot due to corroded electrical connections at the ignition module and or the module is HEAT SENSITIVE and needs to be replaced. (plug wires) Ignition misfire can produce a variety of driveability symptoms including hard starting, rough idle, hesitation....
air bag module check the service manual Toyota usually place the module behind the instrument panel