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I needed an ignition control module and called several suppliers in my area and was told they could order one for me & it would take a few day, one supplier even laughed and said 22 year old jeep, its a wonder its still running.I got on line and found my local advanced auto parts store had one in stock, so i ordered on line plus a few other parts for my f250, great service ,everything worked just fine.
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Q:where is ignition control module located on 1989 jeep wrangler
A:Hi truck, great question! The ignition control module on your Jeep Wrangler should be located underneath the windshield washer bottle on the fender.
Q:Would like to know the maximum current capacity (amps) it can provide to the coil.
A:The rating for this BWD Ignition Control Module - part# CBE39P would be approximately 535 V primary voltage, 40,000 V secondary voltage, 20 degree crankshaft rotation spark series duration, 12,500 rpm with 14.4 V rpm range, 12-18 V negative ground voltage required, 1.1 amp per 1,000 rpm current draw. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:where is this located?
A:The ignition control module can be found mounted on the engine, placed in or on the distributor or mounted to the under hood sheet metal.
A:On a 1988 Jeep wrangler, it is located below the overflow tank for the radiator, on the drivers side. You can unbolt it from the wheel well, you do not need to take out the overflow tank.