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Where is the plug on distributer that controlls the eeg4 so i can unplug it to set the timing

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IT IS A SQAURE LITTLE PLUG RIGHT NEAR THE DISTRIBUTOR TAPED TO THE HARNESS THAT GOES TO THE TFI IGNITION MODULE, THE SYSTEM IS CALLED EEC IV (ELECTRONIC ENGINE CONTROL GENERATION 4)

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