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What engine does yours have ? 2.2 , 3.5 or a 3.9 L , there isn't an ignition control module .
The engine control module (ECM) controls all ignition system functions, and constantly corrects the spark timing. The ECM monitors information from various sensor inputs .
Now , what seams to be the problem ? No spark ? Crankshaft position sensor could be the problem or cam position sensor .
The next time it does't start check for spark at any of the sparkplugs if you have no spark then,check the crankshaft sensor for a signal if its good then its either the igniter or the ignition control module.
both codes refer to the throttle position sensor, the sensor is at the throttle plate, on the side of the throttle body. to test remove the connector to sensor, use a ohms meter to test. put 1 lead to top connection and the other to the bottom one. move throttle and the needles on the ohms meter should move very even, move throttle slow to get a good reading, needle should move without no hesitation, if the test is bad replace tps sensor. if the sensor gets to bad, it can have an effect on transmission shifting. after fixing sensor have the light turned of with an obd2 scanner.
have you checked to make sure that you are getting fire to the plugs. i believe this is coil over ignition maybe not but pull off of one of the plugs take a plug out and stick in boot and see if they are firing if not it is a ignition control module problem or crank or cam sensor.
If it turns over, but won't start when hot: first, change your air filter. 2. Check your engine ground connection. 3.Check for a loose connection in the ignition system 4. You could have a faulty idle control valve. 5 . Faulty coil, Mass air flow, idle control sensor... but you should have an engine light on if it's one of those.