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Ignition Module Replacement for 1989 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 V6

How do you change an ignition module in a 1989 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 V6. It seems impossible to access all of the three bolts holding it on. Any ideas?

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First of all, number your wires before you pull them off. Pull the wires off, unplug the module. (You need a deep well swivel socket to get to the bolts). Also, make sure your battery cable is disconnected - being close to the starter wires. It's easier to get to from under the car. Make sure you use jack stands and be extra careful. Hope this helps. Phil

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