Signs of a Bad Ignition Module?


One common sign of a bad ignition module is that your car will just stop running. Another sign of a bad ignition module is that there is a lot of silicone residue on the ICM. Lastly, when the engine gets hot, starts and then stops, this can be a sign of a bad ignition module.
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starts normal when its cold then after driving bout 10 miles it starts stumbling or hiccups feels like im running out of gas and then my RPM goes up to 3000RPM up and down.
it still will turn over with a bad module. sometimes they don,t give you any warning. did you check for spark at the plugs? it could be the module or the coil. another thing even
Hello Jonathan: Yes the Black Box is the CDI. Im glad I could Help. Happy Riding. May all you Mechanical Problems be SMALL ONES and May the All Mighty Bless You and Yours. Thanks
The ignition module is located right below the coil packs toward the back of the engine. The coil packs are bolted to it. Many auto parts can test these for once they have been removed
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Signs of a Bad Ignition Module
A vehicle's ignition module controls the timing and functioning of spark plugs. The vehicle's performance is affected if the sparks plugs misfire or stop producing a spark. There are several signs that indicate an ignition module is bad.... More »
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