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Where is the ignition module located on a 97 ford contour?

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2011-09-13 10:53:25
2011-09-13 10:53:25

It doesn't have a separate ignition module. It is built into the main PCM. If you don't have any fire, I would not first think it is the PCM though. The PCM is almost bullet proof on these cars. Usually you have something else like a crank sensor, bad coil, wiring problem. I have even seen problems with the crankshaft trust bearings fail, causing the crank pully exiter ring to no longer be in-line with the crank sensor cause no ignition fire.

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