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Multi-Function Alarm Module

I need a part # for this module,cause the dealer wont help til I get a #.Please help,Frustrated

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  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    The dealer needs the number off the old part because there is more than one part number for your car, this happens often, so you will have to get that number.

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the ignition module provides a signal to the coil at the proper time to fire the spark plugs and ignite the fuel in the cylinders. Have u had this system tested for trouble codes? when exactly does it stall?

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SOURCE: Alarm module fried 2002 Hyundai Sonata

Why did you fry the Alarm System?... Everything you described is controlled by the ETACS module.

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