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Ignition control module is a device used in modern ignition system to optimize the engine performance.
It is required to maintain the engine power as per the requirements ensuring no extra fuel consumption and no harmful emissions.
Ignition control model optimizes the ignition coil to fire at exact timings. It works by matching the previously mapped data through different sensors with standard values for optimized engine performance. Based on this matching, it makes the control unit to allow the ignition coil to fire at calculated time intervals, so that combustion achieved is proper, giving more power and less emissions. Generally, for each cylinder two spark plugs are used; one is fired during power stroke, while other is used to generate spark during the exhaust stroke, which burns completely the partially burnt mixture left behind.