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Ignition problem 1988 doge ram conversion van. 318 v8. When it does start, it stars and runs fine. But, usually it will not restart for a few days, then, miraclously, it starts again. Suggested ignition control module, but i can't locate the ******. any other thoughts? have checked distributer, plugs, battery... really looking for location of ignition control module.

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It should be underhood, driver side on upper firewall, it does not look like a typical ignition module, but I looked around and for your info, you can find a picture of it on autzone.com Hope this helps.

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