fbpx

 

  • Re: Engine shut off

    by » one year ago


    Also could be a defective/intermittent ignition switch. 


  • Re: Engine shut off

    by » 3 months ago


    I have been struggling with this problem for a couple of months now. It is a 912ULS, vintage 2010. 300 hr. It has the yellow ignition modules.

    At first the not shutting off was intermittent, and when cold. Now it is consistent. It is the A module, and I have swapped connectors to confirm, and tested both P leads and ignition switch repeatedly, without being able to find a fault. I even went so far as to stuck a pin through the brown ground lead as it enters the module, still showing continuity to ground. I sent the modules to Lockwood for testing, and they insist they are working properly. if you test the B module you get a  resistance reading when you test the brown lead to some of the other leads from the connector. Not so with the A module. Am I proving Lockwood wrong or is there something I'm missing? Before I shell out the $1000 for a new module, I wanted to take one last ditch effort to find out if others have experienced this.

    Thanks!  Dave L


  • Re: Engine shut off

    by » 3 months ago


    With the module unplugged you should measure less than 300 ohms from the brown wire to the black wire. 

    34317_2_DCFD8CC0-5BEF-4658-ADE2-69699983ABC3.jpeg (You do not have access to download this file.)

You do not have permissions to reply to this topic.