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ignition module choice ? by ltlfrari
Started on: 05-08-2008 07:55 PM
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Last post by: Dodgerunner on 05-08-2008 09:04 PM
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Report this Post05-08-2008 07:55 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ltlfrariClick Here to visit ltlfrari's HomePageClick Here to Email ltlfrariSend a Private Message to ltlfrariDirect Link to This Post
88 duke, code 42 and cutting out (see other post), looks like I need a new ign module but which one?

AC Delco @ $194 (ouch) from Rock auto

Generic (but I assume decent) from fierostore @ $132 (slightly smaller ouch)

El cheapo generic (duralast) from autozone @ $88

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Report this Post05-08-2008 08:07 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Kyle87Click Here to Email Kyle87Send a Private Message to Kyle87Direct Link to This Post
I JUST replaced my Module yesterday after months of teh car stalling and hesitating at every stop sign. checked code got the 42 and replaced it.. I got the el cheapo and it has done wonders for the car- no more hesitation or stalling and slightly better performance.. now... the question is how long will it last... i don't know.. mine has a 1 year warrnty so that means it will prolly fry at about 13 months.. but thats just how GM is lol.. My advise to you is which ever one you choose. COVER any metal showing with the terminal goop that comes with it.. my sugjestion is to buy more.. its only a dollar and it can preserve the module for much much longer.

PS have your coils checked as long as you have the module out. Also clean the metal plate that has the crank position sensor on it very very good, you don't want alot of build up oil or crud on there for the brand new module.

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Report this Post05-08-2008 09:04 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DodgerunnerClick Here to visit Dodgerunner's HomePageClick Here to Email DodgerunnerSend a Private Message to DodgerunnerDirect Link to This Post
I use the Borg Warner module and have not had a problem. Oreillys sells a standard and a premium. I get the premium one.
Just a couple $ more. $59.
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