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I checked multiple sources and on a 98 should be on center of firewall on 97 could be at shock tower near Air Intake I guess You have one of those cross year vehicles I had an 83-82 Chevy S-10 I found out when I tried to match parts I would follow the signal wires from the distributor back to your Ignition Module Good Luck Rich
be looking at emissions controls for leaking hoses open ports etc.. is timing good? out just a bit? look at the advance system under the rotor in the distributor..does this work freely? if not..spray with lubrican just enough to free it up..
Most of the time I adjust the doors all the way to the front, supporting the door with a hang strap or a jack with a protector on it. As you first close the door be carefull as the front fenders can be back a bit anf the door and the fender might hit. Most big builds the doors are fitted with the front fenders off and them after the doors aree fitted. ( putting paper in the weather stip and setting the drag of the paper and them the fenders are fitted to match the doors them the hood is fitted to match the fenders, some times the fenders need adjusted some to fit the hood squarely.)