were is ignition drive module located in the engine
The ignition control module for a 1995 ford f150 is an important part of the drive train. If the module is failing then the engine will run erratically or not start at all.
The ignition module on a 5.7 Chevy engine should be on top of the motor. It is mounted beside the distributor.
I understand it is by the coil. You have to remove the dog house, the coil is on the right side of the engine if you were sitting in the drivers seat.
Engine Component Location. Rear Of Engine, Near Distributor Module Applicable to: Brougham Engine Component Location. Rear Of Engine, Near Distributor Module Applicable to: Caprice, Custom Cruiser & Roadmaster w/5.0L/V8-305 & 5.7L/V8-350 Drive Train. Rear Of Engine, Near Distributor Module Applicable to: 5.0L/V8-305 & 5.7L/V8-350
Ignition module, ECM, ignition coil are all resonable suspects. Ignition module, ECM, ignition coil are all resonable suspects.
subaru legacy engine is switched off when stop after drive
Ignition Module is BAD
what makes a 1991 Nissan 240sx stop while you drive. and it is not out of gas or oil. Could it be the ignition module
I have a 2002 Ford sport Trac I have a code of P0320. Do you know the part number to fix this? Seems when the engine warms up, during driving, the truck stalls & sputters & then quits when I brake or come to a full stop. It starts right up again, then stalls when shifted into drive. Had fuel module replaced & airflow cleaned. What else can it be? Was told by a handheld device, was P0320.
out key in the ignition ... start engine then drive to your mechanic's repar shop
The throttle position sensor tells the engine control module what you are doing with the throttle as you drive. If you let your foot off of the accelerator pedal the throttle position sensor sends that information to the engine control module and the engine will receive less fuel and it will lose rpm.
The coils and the module are located on the firewall side of the engine. You have to take the coils and the module off at the same time. its a pain to get at, but it can be done. You'll need a 1/4" drive socket set and about 2 hours time. Some of the coils are located on the passenger front of the engine also. Just follow the spark plug wires to the coil packs. Once found, begin the repair.
possibly your crankshaft sensor or ignition control module
I drove mine today, it was fine while the battery had over 9 or 10 volts, but once the battery died, the car (4WD, mitsu challenger) started driving poorly, and then stopped when I pulled over. Not sure if I did any damage yet. If it is a SI (Spark ignition) engine then you can drive so long as the battery has sufficient charge. A CI (Compression ignition) engine does not rely on an electrical ignition and will drive without the alternator or battery.
When we have this problem, we turn the ignition off and shift into neutral, restart the engine and it can then be shifted into drive or reverse.
The check engine light blinking means that an ignition misfire has been detected Avoid any rapid acceleration or deceleration while you drive it in for repair to avoid damaging your catalytic converter
The engine control module "learns" how to set the idle speed. When you disconnect the battery the engine control module loses that memory and it has to be reset. To regain the setting drive the car for several miles at moderate speeds and it is reset.
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The powertrain control module will start cutting back on the fuel if the engine revs are going too high
check your ignition coil. that's what happen to me when the engine get hot the car stop.
your big fat bum
because of ignition coil faulty.due to mountings,abnormal fuel pressure.
Check the ignition module in the distributor. Potentially it is failing when heated. Once the ignition module cools, it may fire for a while. Check for spark when this happens. If so it usually is the module or the coil .... either is usually less than 50 bucks. When the car dies look at the tachometer, if it stays at zero, you've got no ingnition signal. Some autoparts stores can check this part for you.