Does ignition module need to be grounded?
Everything mounted to the engine is grounded through the engine . The voltage regulator might need to be grounded but that shouldn’t keep it from starting . The ignition switch shouldn’t need a ground unless it’s illuminated .
How do I know if my main relay is bad?
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Main Relay (Computer/Fuel System)
- The engine will not start. Most car owners take their engine for granted until there is an issue with it.
- The car can’t stay running for long periods of time.
- The Check Engine Light is on.
Are there any problems with the ignition module on a Chevy Cavalier?
Chevrolet Cavalier owners have reported 21 problems related to ignition module (under the electrical system category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Chevrolet Cavalier based on all problems reported for the Cavalier.
How long did it take to replace ignition switch on Cavalier?
Dealer had the car for 21 days, and replaced the switch clusters, ignition switch, reprogrammed body control module, replaced pcm and found burnt 3-4 clutch. At 40,613 miles the engine lost power and stalled again (while on the freeway).
How does the crank sensor control the ignition module?
The ignition module starts to turn On and Off the ignition coils in their proper firing order to create spark, after the crank signal arrives. This On/Off action is the Switching signal referred to above. Under 400 RPM’s, the ignition control module controls spark timing without the help of the fuel injection computer.
Why did my Chevy Cavalier engine lose power?
The car began to lose power and would stall during driving. Dealer had the car for 21 days, and replaced the switch clusters, ignition switch, reprogrammed body control module, replaced pcm and found burnt 3-4 clutch. At 40,613 miles the engine lost power and stalled again (while on the freeway).