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18 July, 07:22

Technician A says if a system fails to alter dwell when it should, the ignition control module needs to be adjusted to correct dwell timing. Technician B says if a system fails to alter dwell when it should, the ignition control module has a problem and should be replaced. Who is right? a. Tech Ab. Tech Bc. Bothd. None

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  1. 18 July, 08:10
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    Depending on the model of the engine both technicians are correct.

    The correct option is;

    c. Both.

    Explanation:

    The electronic ignition control system is an ignition system switch with an input signal from a distributor sensor.

    It can be adjusted in some models whenever there is a removal of the distributor or the timing belt is changed.

    On other models, the electronic ignition control system is not adjustable is it is controlled by the engine control module
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