Ignition module is a possibility.
Assuming you mean distributor cap and rotor, yes, if you mixed up the firing order.
If the old part had failed, yes.
Bad coil? Bad coil wire?
You may have messed up the timing when you put on the new distributor cap.
try replacing your distributor, distributor cap, rotor, and maybe the spark plug wires.
start with checking the fuses, coil wire, distributor cap and rotor.
It could be A few things, I would start with the distributor cap and rotor, The rotor can get A pin-hole in it and let it create A shorted firing route.,,, If this is good, Then crank the engine with the dist. cap removed, See if the rotor is turning, If not you have a broken timing chain or cam. ,, If it turns, Test the igition modul. If this does not help, You can contact me through 'My personal message board'. Good luck,.
Easiest way to find it is to set #1 piston at TDC, remove the distributor cap and see where the rotor is pointing. It should be pointing to position #1 in relation to the distributor cap.
I have a 1999 cr-v. With the distributor cap off you must slightly give the key a turn in the ignition (not trying to start it) just to turn the rotor a little. When the teeth on the rotor face the front end of the car you should be able to see a phillip's head screw on the back side that screws directly into the distributor shaft. Unscrew this and the rotor should slide right off. Be careful not to strip the screw, because you might end up having to take off the entire distributor housing to drill it out.
Check your altenator, fuel pump, and or starter.
a problem with the distributor
Could be a bad ignition coil Could be a bad distributor cap or rotor
Start with distributor cap/rotor, spark plugs and spark plug wires.
I would start checking spark plugs and wires, if they are good I would then check the distributor cap and rotor bug. I would start checking spark plugs and wires, if they are good I would then check the distributor cap and rotor bug.
are the plug wires in the correct sequence for firing order? Are the coil wires all connected? Did you remove the distributor and possibly put it out of time?
Check/replace Rotor Check for spark at plugs
You need to replace the Distributor cap and rotor. Could have a bad coil are coil wire too.
Remove all spark plugs, turn the engine by hand and get the #1 spark plug at TDC on the compression stroke. Install the distributor so the rotor is pointing to the # 1 plug position on distributor cap. Start the engine and set the time it with a timing light.Remove all spark plugs, turn the engine by hand and get the #1 spark plug at TDC on the compression stroke. Install the distributor so the rotor is pointing to the # 1 plug position on distributor cap. Start the engine and set the time it with a timing light.
To much resistance in the spark plug wires. Start fresh with a new distributor cap, rotor and spark plug wires. Also be sure you have the correct spark plugs installed.
Check rotor check that distributor is rotating
Could be a few things . I would start by replacing the spark plugs,plug wires,distributor cap and rotor ,then check the timming
Possibly the timing belt has failed. Check the timing marks in orientation to #1 cylinder TDC and distributor rotor.
check/change the ignition components(plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor button)