1. Because I replaced the module and this morning the starting symptoms were exactly the same. 2. The service manager told me, " The technician feels the problem is the ignition module". I translate THAT statement to: " You said you only wanted a diagnosis, so we aren't going to check anything just for a diagnosis charge. All you get for that is a guess." I will have the new module checked this evening just in case it is bad. It is an aftermarket module. It is a brand name not the store brand. I have never had a failure of this brand in my life. But the posibility is there. I've been wrenching for 45 years so my experience with this brand is extensive.
Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 AT 9:24 AM