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95 V10 Ignition Module

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Old 09-24-2011, 09:36 AM
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Does anyone know of a replacement for the 94-95 V10 igntion module. Have been trying the junkyard route for over a month. Everyone says they have it then it turns out to be the coil pack.

Wondering if any of the aftermarket units (Mallory, MSD, Accel) could be used. Unbelievable that my 1995 with only 88,000 miles is dead sitting in the garage because of one stupid part.


any help / advice would be greatly appeciated!
 
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from what I am seeing, the module is an integral part of the coil pack?
 
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On the 94/95, the module is seperate, mounted to the fender by the coolant bottle. Seems as though it handles 4 cylinders and the PCM controls the other 6. Wondering if a module off of a 4 cylinder car could be used some way?
 
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Did you call Minton Motors?
 
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Either that, or try here.
 
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No luck from either place. Thanks.
 
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Old 09-27-2011, 08:44 PM
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Thought about (uh oh) replacing the ignition parts and upgrading to the newer stuff?
Expensive, I know, and still hard to find stuff....
 
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:29 PM
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Any particular reason you don't just go to the parts store, and buy a new one?
 
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The part is no longer made, so going to the parts store is not an option. I looked into upgrading to the newer ignition but the cost is out of my reach for now.
 

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