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87 Dodge ignition module location

I have an 87 Dodge D100 with a 318. I want to change the ignition module but cannot find it. The shop manual shows it mounted with the ballast resistor in the corner of the engine bay near the vaccum booster.
All I have there is an empty spot where it should be located. I have looked all over the engine bay and I cannot find it or the ballast resistor. I have a single electronic module distributor.

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It is a pick up module in the distributer then to the coil!

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