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Is it unusual for the ignition module to need to be replaced on a 2006 module with less than 55k miles?

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No for it happens with the climate change. I have seen new ones go bad installed as soon as 4 mounths with temperature changing from 80 degrees to 20 below. Electronics can not accept this type of climate

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