Question about 1990 Jeep Wrangler
Parts stores can test module
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
These ignition modules are known for dying if you leave the ignition on for more than 5 minutes without the engine running. All the autoparts stores have low-quality imitation remakes that are even worse than the OEM one. I would just assume it has died and not even hassle with testing it. Coils are much more reliable and it probably isn't bad. I eventually gave up on trying to find a good one and just went with an MSD 6A.
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