Originally Posted by kleinbiker1
I snaped a few more pictures before I left for work...
The disconnected white rodgers module....
Evidently your gas is ignited by other means than this high voltage module.
While you're at it, check the resistance between each of the three module terminals, T1 to term stub, T2 to term stub, T1 to T2.
Use the number of wires into each module (four wires and two wires) and the colors of the wires into each module and the larger wiring diagram that shows colors
to figure out what these modules are.
The color code abbreviations are in the lower right corner of the wiring diagram.
If the terminals of the modules are marked with tiny letters or numbers, mark these on a copy of the wiring diagram.
Temporarily unbundle wires if you need to, to trace them.
You can check the anticipator resistor with an ohmmeter but the voltage from the 'stat will tell you if the 'stat is commanding this short cycling.