Chrysler Front Wheel Drive Cars 4-CYL 1981-1995 Repair Information

Ignition Control Module

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The only vehicles equipped with an Ignition Control Module (ICM), which is separate from the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), are the 1988-89 Premier with the Eagle ignition system. For vehicles utilizing the Chrysler ignition system, models other than the Premier, refer to Driveability & Emission Controls for removal and installation of the PCM.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION



Eagle Ignition System

See Figure 1

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Fig. Fig. 1: Ignition Control Module (ICM)/ignition coil assembly and related components-Premier

Since the ICM and the coil are two parts of the same component, they are serviced together; when one part is bad, both must be replaced with a new assembly. For removal and installation procedures of the ICM, refer to the ignition coil removal and installation procedures earlier in this section.

 
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