What is code P1352?
OBD II fault code P1352 is a manufacturer specific code that is defined by car maker General Motors as “Ignition Control Module Output High/Pulse Detected When Grounded Cylinder 2”, and is set when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects a short circuit to battery positive in the ignition control circuit(s) of …
What is Ignition Control Module?
The Ignition Control Module is a part of the ignition system. It manages the electrical current that is fed to the ignition coil in order for it to generate the right amount of voltage for the spark-plug to ignite the fuel mixture.
What are the symptoms of a faulty ignition module?
a faulty ignition module can affect ignition timing, resulting in an engine that misfires and runs rough. the engine may also run well at low speed, but won’t accelerate well. 3. stalling: a failing ignition module can occasionally prevent the engine from getting spark, causing it to stall.
What would cause an ignition control module to fail?
The common cause of one driver/transistor failing is a shorted ignition coil primary winding. This is a winding of wire within the ignition coil where each loop is separated by a very thin plastic coating.