Symptoms of a bad ignition module are sudden engine stalling or power loss while the car is in motion, engine stuttering accompanied by a smell of gasoline and an inability to restart the engine following a stall. Decrea... More »

The signs of a failing ignition coil include backfiring, starting issues, lowering gas efficiency, engine misfiring, vehicle stalling and worn out spark plugs. The most common symptom of a faulty ignition coil is when th... More »

Signs of a bad ignition switch could include dashboard lights that come off and on, problems with the vehicle starting and a switch that is hot to the touch. A bad ignition switch can mimic other problems that are seen i... More »

A bad PCM, or power train control module, has a check engine light that does not turn off, an assortment of random codes, intermediate stalling issues and poor engine performance. The power train control module monitors ... More »

Symptoms of a failing fuel pump include increased fuel consumption, gasoline odor in the vehicle, reduced engine power and acceleration, engine stops running during operation, car is hard to start or won't start, check e... More »

Some of the most common causes for a car's stalling whilst driving include: a poor idle speed control, or ISC, system, low fuel pressure, loss of ignition and vacuum or EGR leaks. Diagnosing the specific problem should b... More »

The signs of a failing ignition coil include backfiring, starting issues, lowering gas efficiency, engine misfiring, vehicle stalling and worn out spark plugs. The most common symptom of a faulty ignition coil is when th... More »