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Where is the ignition module located at on a 1991

Where is the ignition module located at on a 1991 honda accord

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The ignition module is located inside the distributor below where the rotor is, it is held down with two or three screws to the distributor plate. There are two components in there the coil pick up is the device that picks up a signal from the distributor shaft, the other component is the ign. module.

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