the ignition module in my car (according to some people) malfunctions due to very high engine heat (and module age). i don't know what's in the module (surely just some ic's), but when it does overheat the car stalls. the car starts when it cools off. if this is the case will an ic resume funcitionality upon cooling, or will it just die. i don't want to buy a new one if it's just going to die again due to heat. obviously i'm not sure if the im is the ultimate problem or not. any ideas? i was thinking about putting a 1/64" piece of aluminum with cooling fins between the module and mount. how about a 1.25"x1.25" peltier junction?