Electronic control module on 1978 Corvette

by James
(New Jersey)

Have a 1978 Corvette with low mileage..Each year I have to replace the electronic control module due to the car not starting. Usually I can tell when it is going bad because it takes more cranks to start. Yet when I get it started - its warm, restarting is no problem. Then after about a year of usage, it just wont crank over -time to replace the ECM
As soon as I replace the ECM, it cranks right up no problem.
Why would this keep occurring and what can be done to eliminate the replacing of the ECM each year..

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