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Where is the coil on a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 5.2 l

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IT IS LOCATED ON A BRACKET ATTACHED TO SERPENTINE BELT TENSIONER ON RIGHT SIDE OF ENGINE..2 PIN CONNECTOR AND 1 IGNTION(COIL)WIRE..2 SCREWS HOLD IT TO BRACKET..YOU MAY HAVE TO REMOVE BRACKET TO ACCESS SCREWS OR THEY MAY BE SEIZED

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