Why would a 1985 Chevy 305 keep burning out ignition modules?
You should check the pick-up coil, it can short out the modules. I have ran into this problem before and was a the end of my rope. I found a pamphlet at the auto parts store and read through it and came to the conclusion that the pick-up coil was shot, replaced it and never had to put another module in.
Probably lack of die electric grease under the mounting surface of the module. This special grease keeps the module cool & lack of it could cause the module to overheat & burn out.
Make sure there is the correct voltage going to the dist. On yours I think you should have about 8 volts not 12. There should be a resistor wire to cut the voltage down. Probably lack of die electric grease under the mounting surface of the module. This special grease keeps the module cool & lack of it could cause the module to overheat & burn out.
What would cause a ignition fuse to keep burning out when the key is turned in the on position on a 1995 ford crown Victoria?
Does the coil on a1969 Chevy have the same voltage on the plus and - side of the coil when the ingintion is on?
I had the same problem. My 2000 Chevy Blazer would do this when I would slow down. I could not always tell if the car was at idle but after changing fuel filter, fuel pump, IAC, Ignition switch, transmission service, complete tuneup, modules and the works nothing worked. It turned out to be the crank sensor. It has not turned off in a good while now so I am thinking that was indeed the problem.
Why would the radio in a 1998 Chevy Suburban come on by itself after you turn off ignition and remove key?
Well sometimes the radio is hooked up to the ignition itself. It is just the ignition wire, if it has a disconnecting face plate then you can turn it off by taking the face plate off. Or if you would like, you can pull the radio out and disconnect the wire from the ignition and it will not still be on when you cut the truck off.
I know a T-10 Chevy pick upis 4-wheel drive and S-10 is a 2 wheel drive, what is a R-10 pick up? Modules can go bad from old. worn plugs or wires, how old are yours? Autozone modules and economy modules are also known for not lasting. It could be that the modual is overheating due to engine compartment temp around that area. Double check replacement instructions and make sure you use dielectric grease between…
What would cause a 2001 Impala not to fire after the sensors and modules were changed and could it be the computer?
It sounds as if you have a bad ignition control module. It would be located on the distributor. On some of these vehicles, the module was moved over on to the side of the left fender. Ford had a lawsuit against them for these modules, but the time to submit claims against them has expired. It is also referred to as the thick film ignition (TFI)module.
Answer testing ignition module not all part stores have the ability to test ignition modules,a sure sign would be discoloration of the module or if the outside of the module has a softness to it if neither is apparent you could go to advance auto stores and they do have a peice of equipment to test your module, I used to work at a advance auto parts store
1997 Chevy blazer wont start after replacing fuel components tried ignition control module new cap and rotor why?
Ignition switch! Try turning the key to "on" position without starting vehicle. Leave key on for about 10 seconds. Try this twice. I had a 1997 Chevy blazer that was getting no gas or spark. Drove me crazy for three months. pulled fuel pump ,(was working fine). Truck would turn over ,but would not start. It ended up being the ignition switch. My key & tumbler was ok, but the switch in there wasn't. Cost…