Hi, I scoured these forums for hours and couldn't find anything exactly like my problem, so here goes. The CRV died on the freeway 3 nights ago while doing about 70mph. No symptoms whatsoever leading up to this. The car has roughly 80k miles on it. The engine simply died, went off like a light switch. It was towed to the house and that is where it currently sits. It has not started since. There is no spark whatsoever at any of the wires. Fuel system is fine. I replaced the cap/rotor which were pretty well worn, they were still original. No help. I did resistance tests on the coil, tested perfect. I am thinking it must either be the ICM or the ignition switch. How do I test the ICM? I can find no specs for it anywhere, do I test resistance? Voltage? What should I expect to see if it is a healthy unit? I already checked, my CRV does not fall under the ignition switch recall, although I don't know how that can be the case. I may have to raise hell on this if it turns out to need a new one at 80k. Anyway, how can I eliminate the ICM as the source of my problem? Thanks!