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Old 01-24-2005, 12:28 AM   #1
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i was curious is Well modules garbage? i mean i put one on my car yesterday and it fired right up then after an hour passed by my car wouldn't fire up and second try i got it to fire up but it was miss firing really bad, same thing happened this morning my car wouldn't fire right up, so i went to church and when i came back i tried firing it up again and it did fire up but it was running really rough and missfiring, so i decided to buy an ac delco module and after i installed it my car fired right up and seemed to be fine, are Wells modules any good at all? has anyone here have had any problems with them before? anyone here had good luck with these modules? reason why because its strange how my car wont fire right up after i put in the wells ign module , even when my car sits it wont fire up right away and when i do get it to fire up it miss fires really bad, but now when i put in the ac delco unit it fired roght up and no missfire at all, ill let my car sit overnight and see if it fires right up in the morning, any comments on these wells ign module?
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I would assume they're generally good, they provide tons of OE equipment. Check em out:
http://www.wellsmfgcorp.com/

Their 'Diagnostics' area is really good for sensor testing and general info.
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wells is a good company but there testing equip is better
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