How to Replace an Ignition Control Unit


Below guide will teach you How to Replace an Ignition Control Unit. Please follow the instructions carefully.

Estimated Costs:

  • DIY CostsEst. $0.00 parts only
  • Shop CostsEst. $102.77 parts and labor

Instructions:

  • Prop the engine hood up. Look for the ignition control unit in the engine compartment.
  • Discard the negative battery cable from the terminal.
  • Detach any connectors attached to the ignition control unit.
  • Take the ignition control unit out.
  • Fit the new ignition control unit in place and reconnect all the wires and connectors to the new ignition control unit.
  • Reattach the negative battery cable to the terminal.
  • Turn the vehicle on and check whether the new ignition control unit operating well.

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