Remove the ignition module and check if the engine does not start or works intermittently
You will need a tester or ohmmeter
Disconnect the high-voltage wire lugs from the ignition module.
Measure the resistance of the secondary winding by connecting an ohmmeter to the high voltage terminals of the ignition module.
Secondary resistance should be approximately 7.0 kΩ.
Repeat the test for pins "2" and "3".
If at least one secondary winding resistance is not as specified, replace the ignition module.
Reconnect the high voltage wires.
Lubricate the high-voltage wire lugs with grease before installation.
The manufacturer recommends "FLUORINE GREASE" (catalog number 82 00168 855), but technical petroleum jelly can also be used
Removing and installing the ignition module
You will need a TORX T30 key.
Disconnect the high-voltage wire lugs from the ignition module
Pressing the latch, disconnect the wiring harness block.
Remove the three ignition module mounting bolts
Remove the module.
Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
Tightening torque of the ignition module mounting bolts 15 Nm