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Loosen 7mm bolt retaining wiring harness connector to ign. module remove the three nuts on underside of ignition module to the bracket i think they are 12 to 13 mm let it in the bracket for now,next remove the bolts holding the coil packs to the ignition module leaving the plug wires attached so as not to get messed up..remove the coilpack from the module and your ready to reinstall in reverse order Good Luck.....

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