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Ignition Control Module

The ignition control module is an electronic device that prompts the ignition coil to send a voltage spike to a spark plug.

Symptoms of Wear or Failure

  • Hard starting, misfire, lack of power, and/or stalling
  • Illumination of the Check Engine Light

Related Repair Advice

  • Continuing to drive with the above mentioned symptoms can damage the catalytic converter
  • Care should be taken when servicing the ignition system as up to 45,000 volts may be present while the engine is running

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