Question about Bosch Benvenuto B30 Espresso/Coffee Maker
Getting fuel too? spark?
if yes to all these than it is the ignition control module, This is located on the distributer and mounted with 2 hex head screws that are counter sunk. You will need to use a deep dish socket to remove these. You may need to mark the orientation of the distributor (scratch awl) and loosen distributor. Pull straight down to unplug from cap. Use dielectric grease on back of module. Reattach. If your module is blue or grey you can use a grey mod to replace. you cannot use a blue module to replace a grey module. this will cost 29.00 or less at any auto part store And a set of 1/4 drive deep sockets too7/32? im not sure But I caan check if you have triouble determining. That SHOULD be the problem common problem
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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