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I'm not getting electric to my coil. Could it be the igition module? And where is the module located?

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Yes, it COULD be the ignition control module ( ICM ). this component is usually mounted inside the distributor - follow where the wires go into the distributor, and that should be the ICM. The ICM requires dielectric grease on the backside to work properly, and sometimes the grease dries up, breaking the circuit needed to work. There is also another small coil mounted inside the distributor that goes around the dist. shaft called a pickup coil - these go bad too, but are much harder to change as the distributor must be removed to change out this coil. Many auto parts stores like Autozone have the necessary equipment to test the ICM if you pull it out and take it in - I would suggest this BEFORE you buy a replacement.
Hope this helps!

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