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84 jeep 2.8 ign control module and crank position sensor

My sons 84 jeep , with 2.8 chevy engine dies when it warms up. No spark or intermitant spark from coil, Want to replace ignition control module and crank position sensor , but can't remember physical location of module. All help greatfully accepted. Thanks

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Module is under dist. rotor inside cap

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