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Ignition control module

Can not find where this part is located, i have looked on the firewall by the ignition coal but i just can't seem to locate it. please help

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I have a 88 fifth Av with 318. (Canadian ) The ignition control module is part of the Electioncic Fuel control system computor on the side of the Air filter housing.

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