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No Spark Hi, Just need to know the wiring diagram for the electronic control modue. Haven't worked on one in years and need to refresh my memory as to where the 5 wires go that come from the module. I'm pretty sure that two go to the pick-up coil in the distributor and one has to be power. Not sure if the othwer two go to the coil and/ or ballast resistor- thenks

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