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BWD Ignition Control Module

Part No. CBE606P Warranty Details  
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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
Terminal Gender:Male

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  • Q:

    what is the procedure to check/test the module to make sure it is defective?
    Asked on 11/17/2013 by Lar

    1 answer



      That's a great question Lar! I am glad to help you with that. Check for power and ground at the module with your test light. Refer to your wiring diagram to determine which wire is power, and which is ground. To test for power, clip your test light lead to the negative battery terminal and probe the power wire. If the light comes on, power is present. To test for ground, clip the test light lead to the positive battery terminal and probe the ground wire. If the test light comes on, the ground is good. If no power is present, check the fuses. If no ground is present, check for a loose ground cable connection. Test the trigger signal coming from the pick-up coil or hall-effect device with the DVOM. With a partner cranking the engine, look for a voltage signal with the positive lead of the DVOM while the negative lead is attached to the good ground. No signal means a bad pick-up coil or hall-effect device. The final test is the coil signal. Test for power on the positive side of the coil with the key on. Then test for flashing power on the negative side while the engine is cranking. If this is present, the module is good. If not, it is bad.

      Answered on 11/17/2013 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    What is the difference between the BWD CBE606P and the CBE606 (besides the $50 more in cost for the CBE606)?
    Asked on 1/5/2013 by JDB from Alabama

    1 answer



      Both BWD/Intermotor Ignition Module - part# CBE606 and the part# CBE606P has the same specifications and the vehicle compatibility. The only difference is part# CBE606 is built for an exact O.E (Orginal Equipment) replacement and the part# CBE606P matches the original, designed with the professional installer in mind. P-Series product competes with the OE and dealerships. For any further assistance, please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 1/7/2013 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    If I purchase an Ignition Module, and it is not the problem, can I return it, and get my money back if it's the same day?
    Asked on 11/7/2009 by RK from Florida

    1 answer



      With most electronic items, if it is installed it can not be returned.

      Answered on 3/23/2010 by Mike from AAP
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