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The used ignition module you installed may also be bad, or there may be a problem with the distributor causing the ignition units to malfunction, such as a cracked cap, worn rotor or bad coil wire. Try replacing the cap, rotor and coil wire then check for any additional ECU codes.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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