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1990 300zx nissan I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHERE TO FIND THE RESISTOR FOR THE #1 CYLINDER COIL PACK

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There are resistors in the coil packs and also in the ignition control module. These resistors are not serviceable or removable.

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