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After 20 miles or so the car overheats and shuts off but once it cools down its fine again

I am buying a 95 buick park ave and the car stalls after going 20 miles or so because it overheats and his mech. said it was his ignition modual...can you please tell me how to replace this and if it could of caused future problems because this went. thank you alex

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The ignition module in located in the distributor under the cap. Might contribute to the stalling ,control spark to spark plugs, timming advance etc, but has no bearing on overheating. Hope this helps.

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