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You must be talking about the distributor cap on a opti-spark ignition. You have to remove the water-pump to remove the cap and rotor, it is driven of the end of the camshaft. Is there some info you need on this or just for me to agree with you, if yes to the second ,...... Yes, I think this is one of the dumbest ideas GM has ever come up with!!!!!!

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