sounds like your ignition module
The 1991 did not have a CAM OR CRANKSHAFT SENSOR. If you have NO spark then the problem would be 1 of these. BAD ignition module, Hole burnt in the rotor, Bad pick-up coil, bad ignition coil, Coil wire. Check these things out. Start with the ignition module. That's the MOST common problem.
The ignition control module acts like the coil and sends the sparks to the correct cylinder when the computer tells it to.
It sounds like no spark on your plugs check the power going to your coil if you have that then it could be the ignition module under the rotor,assuming you do have gas in it :)
Sounds like your electronic control module is going bad
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!!
not too sure, but if it's like the others, it's wired into the ignition cylinder. Does your key have the little resistor chip in it? (you can't miss it) If so,then there ya go.
it sounds like a bad ignition module.
The new ignition module may have failed. If it is a used module its probably happened. If its a new module it still sounds like failure.
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.
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 book I looked in has some printing missing BUT it looks like the ignition module could be mounted below the steering column. It is in some Subaru's. Hope this helps.
test ignition coil,ignition module,pick-up coil,electronic spark control,and knock sensor
It sounds like the wiper motor is malfunctioning. If your camaro has intermitten wipers there is a control module built in the motor that controls the off position.
sounds like the ignition control module
Buy a new one...they are like 20 bucks
Mine was mounted to the back of the engine block but that is in a 93 Chevy Cavalier 2.2 4L engine, yours shouldn't be too different. Just follow a spark plug wire from the spark plug to the other end. It will end at the ignition coil and the ignition coil is attached to the Ignition control module. You most likely have to jack up the whole front end and get under the car to reach it like I did (it was easier), or you might be able to reach it through the top of the engine bay.
Do you have HEI ignition? If so have your pick up coil checked for resistance sounds like it might be going bad or check your wire connections on it. also check your HEI module at the distributor. some auto store will check the module for you. hope this helps.
your control module did go out.
there is not a ignition module on these like earlier fords, no distributor-cam and crank sensors deliver information to the ECU and it determines spark by the feedback from these sensors. the ECU is located directly above the drivers feet, behind the panel.
i know on a wb its in distributor
I have no idea. I've looking for it for a long time. Please help!
if you are facing the engine find the water pump and just to the right of that you will see your coil and igntion moduleand the coil has a wire with a boot on it just like a spark plug and the other end is pluged in BEHIND the water pump to the distributor
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At the base of the distributor, gray or black chip like device