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It is attached the the side of the distributor, it has a big plug with alot of wires going into it..if looking from the passenger side you can see the plug that connects to the ignition control module, just over the valve cover.. there are 3 really small bolts that hold it on, i had to make a socket, had to grind the outside of the socket so it will fit into the recessed holes..the best way to see the bolts is to use alot of light and a mirror..

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