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How to test the ignition control module - Bookshelf

Automotive Ignition Systems Explained - General Motors

Symptoms of a BAD Ignition Control Module or Crank Sensor It goes without saying (but I'm going to' say it anyway) that when the ... If you're experiencing this, you'll have to test the Ignition Module when the vehicle is not wanting to start.

Publisher: Mandy Concepcion



256 pages

NATEF Standards Job Sheets Area A8

Creator: Jack Erjavec | Technology & Engineering - 2009-02-25

Inspect and test computerized engine control system sensors, powertrain/engine control module (PCM/ECM), ... Diagnose ignition system related problems such as no-starting, hard starting, engine misfire, poor driveability, spark knock, power  ...

Publisher: Cengage Learning



1472 pages

Automotive Technology: A Systems Approach

Creator: Jack Erjavec | Technology & Engineering - 2009-01-13

When the ignition switch is placed in the run position, the ABS control module will perform a preliminary self-check on its electrical system indicated by a second illumination of the amber ABS indicator in the instrument cluster. During vehicle ...

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Ignition Directory

How to Test an Ignition Control Module | eHow
How to Test an Ignition Control Module. The electronic ignition control module is a solid state "On/Off" switch for the ignition system. The module receives a signal ...

Part 1 -GM 3.8L Ignition Control Module and Crank (3X, 18X ...
Page 1 of 6 : GM 3.8L Ignition Control Module and Crank (3X, 18X) Sensor Test. How the 3.8L Ignition Control Module (ICM) Works. The GM 3.8L 3X CKP and 18X CKP Sensors.

Part 1 -How to Test the Ford Ignition Control Module ...
In this fast test you'll be able to pinpoint the problem to the ignition control module or the ignition coil or the Profile Ignition Pickup sensor (PIP sensor) in ...

Audi a4 1.8t AEB - how to test ICM ignition control module ...
How to test the ICM on Audi A4 1.8t motor's with the ICM, typically 97-99.5 cars. I am not sure how conclusive the test is but if one cylinder is ...

How to Check the GM Ignition Control Module | eHow
Connect the positive test light lead to the ignition module signal wire. You will notice a wire harness on the side of the module; the signal wire is the middle wire ...


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  • ACCEL

    ACCEL 35361 Ignition Control Module

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    Solid state electronics provide high coil output
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    LED display warns of trigger signal problems or faulty charging system
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    Ability to retard the ignition timing from 1 degree to 3 degrees per pound of boost with the click of a dial, maximum of 15 degrees, with dash mounted adjustable control knob
    Unit carries multiple sparks for 20 Degree of crankshaft rotation and works on 12 to 18 Volt electrical system
    Built-in soft touch rev control is adjustable with RPM modules
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    Simulates the coil signal
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    Select between 12 different RPM limits with simple turn dial selector
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    MSD 87481 RPM Module Kit (8100 to 8900)

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    From 8100 to 8900 RPM
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    200 RPM odd increments


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    MSD 8746 RPM Module Kit (6000 to 6800)

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    200 RPM even increments
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    From 6100 to 6900 RPM
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