Ignition Control Module
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BWD Ignition Control Module

Part No. CBE40P Warranty Details  
$52.99
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Designed with the professional installer in mind, BWD P-Series matches the original to compete with the OE and dealerships.

Product Features:
  • Direct-fit replacement ensures proper OE fit, form, and function
  • Manufactured using high-quality materials for durability and longevity
  • Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability
  • As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process
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Connector Gender:Female
Connector Quantity:1
Terminal Gender:Male
Terminal Quantity:6
Terminal Type:Blade Terminals
Voltage:12 VDC

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BWDIgnition Control Module
 
2.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Would purchase again

By 

from undisclosed

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Comments about BWD Ignition Control Module:

Fit perfectly and have had no issues since install

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not easy but it works

By 

from Fort Lauderdale

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Pros

  • Lightweight
  • The Price Is Good

Cons

  • Difficult To Install

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    Comments about BWD Ignition Control Module:

    I had the same problems as the other reviewer. It didn't come with grease, and I had to carefully drill out the plastic to get the screws in, But once I got it installed the truck runs well, and that's all that counts.

     
    1.0

    Required Modification to Fit

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    from Farmington Hills, MI

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      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday Driving

        Comments about BWD Ignition Control Module:

        The mounting hole by the connector doesn't work with the factory screw length. The OE module has the screw passing thru the aluminum base plate only, whereas the BWD screw hole by the connector has the screw pass thru plastic, and then the aluminum. Works OK if you carefully drill the plastic out of the hole, but not something you'll be able to do roadside. It also did not come with the thermal transfer grease, thus lowering confidence in it's longevity.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        It was Defective

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        from Winston-Salem, NC

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        3 or more reviews submitted

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          • Defectivecar Broke Down

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            Comments about BWD Ignition Control Module:

            Although price was good. Item was defective. Car broke down on road and after tow to a shop they replaced unit with Motorcraft unit that worked. Cost me over $130.

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            • Q:

              Will this product correct hard start issues, as well as occasional instances when the timing is not getting advanced when it should be, such as under a load? I've replaced almost all the sensors in my 93 Ranger 3.0 and still have hard start issue. Hard start most pronounced in warm temps, if cold below 40 deg. F it starts up, fast idles for a minute or so, then drops and almost stalls or "chugs" up and down in rpm until it gets warm. And some times it acts like it's trying to stall while stopped and in gear, chugging or bucking. Any suggestions? And BG fuel service did not help.
              Asked on 12/17/2014 by Brian from Winchester, Virginia

              1 answer

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                A:

                Yes Brian, the ignition control module could possibly the problem. However, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it, nor provide you with a 100% answer. I would suggest that you take your vehicle and get it thoroughly checked by a certified mechanic before buying any parts that may/may not solve the problem.

                Answered on 12/18/2014 by Steve from AAP
            • Q:

              I have a 1994 ranger XLT with 3.0L engine and would like to know where this is mounted at under the hood. Thanks.
              Asked on 6/17/2014 by Crazy1 from Florida

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                A:

                Hi Crazy1, glad to assist you! For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.

                Answered on 6/18/2014 by Steve from AAP
            • Q:

              where is ths located on a 1994 ford taurus gl 3.8liter
              Asked on 6/8/2014 by t

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                A:

                Glad to assist, T! It is located at the top right side of safety wall. Open the hood and on the firewall near the passenger side strut you should see a stud with ground wires on it, just to the left is the ignition module.

                Answered on 6/10/2014 by Vincent from AAP
            • Q:

              I have a 1993 ford with a 302 I can't find the Ignition Control module were is it
              Asked on 5/23/2014 by Radar from Inez Ky

              1 answer

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                A:

                Hi Radar, glad to help! To further assist with the ignition control module, please provide us the exact model and engine size of your vehicle.

                Answered on 5/26/2014 by Steve from AAP
            • Q:

              1995 van 160'000 on it started missing when starting up today got home now nothing the mod. is mounted on the fender should i look at the stator thanks m
              Asked on 2/14/2011 by mike from hilton head sc

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                A:

                I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

                Answered on 5/9/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
            • Q:

              where is this piece located at on the engine
              Asked on 10/15/2010 by Anonymous

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                A:

                To further assist you could you provide the vehicle's year, make, model, and engine size

                Answered on 10/15/2010 by Kevin the King of Auto Parts. from AAP
            • Q:

              I have problems starting the engine but when it does start.It will run for maybe an hour or so and when I come to a stop light ,the motor cuts off on me.And if i try to start it it the same thing as I first start it.I have to wait an hour to start the engine ,then it runs fine.Wondering if I change this it will help my problem?
              Asked on 8/2/2010 by rb1120 from Winchester,Va

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                A:

                Sounds more like a fuel pump issue

                Answered on 8/2/2010 by skarakis from aap
              • A:

                yes it will it is the on ond off switch for ignition coil

                Answered on 12/10/2013 by the austin mobile mechanic from austin tx
            • Q:

              My van will not start and I get no spark. I have changed the coil is this the next step?
              Asked on 10/31/2009 by Anonymous

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                A:

                Yes this could be the next step. If this was broke you would not get a spark.

                Answered on 4/6/2010 by kevin from AAP
              • A:

                If you do not have spark, and the fuel pump does not run while cranking the engine over, either the ignition module or the stator inside the distributor is bad. The pump will run when you cycle the key on but not while cranking. With the module mounted on the distributor, 8 times out of 10 it's the module that is bad. This is why Ford began remote mounting them. With a remote mounted module, the stator is most likely the problem.

                Answered on 7/22/2010 by James from Richmond, VA
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