the ignition control module is operated by the pcm,the pcm tells the ignition control module when to energize the coils to enable spark
May be a defective ignition control module, or coilpack. I had a bad ignition switch that was cutting power to the fuel pump, when it does this listen for the fuel pump to come on before restarting. I have a 2000 Intrigue. I had the same problem and it was a crank case sensor. You might get a cheap fuel pressure gauge and hook it up. See what the fuel pressure reads when the engine dies (do this in the driveway). If the pressure is dying, try a new fuel filter. Answer Ignition switch
The 1994 Ford Aerostar ignition control module is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition control module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
Regarding a model 1997,2 liter sonata, there is not an ignition control module as such. Ignition control comes from the ECM (ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT) through the Ignition Power Transistor (often called Igniter) and then to the Ignition coil.I do not have any information on the 1.8 or the 3.0 liter models.
Only the EEC-IV ignition systems ( 1991 to 1995) use an external ICM (ignition control module) . From 1996 on with the EEC-V system the ignition control module is incorperated into the power control module (PCM) mounted in your firewall on the passenger side.
Have you tried pressing the cruise control button on the dash?
The 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue turn signal flasher control module is below the dashboard on the drivers side of the passenger compartment. The signal flasher control module should be labeled as such.
Check ignition switch, common problem.
top right rear of engine.
The Ignition Control Module is on the top left hand side of the engine under the Ignition Coils.
on the distributor or near there
under the coils
Most likely loss of refrigerant.
Is the Claias 2.3L 2.5L or 3300?
For the engine, under the plastic engine cover (sight shield). For the a/c, under the right side of the dash.
Pull the plastic trim that surrounds the radio and center stack, remove the screws that hold it in, pull it out and unplug it. Reverse to install.
It could either be a bad ignition coil, a bad ignition rotor, a bad ignition cap, a bad ignition control module (if equipped), or a bad coil to cap wire.