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Ignition vehicle turns over but no fire from distributor. replaced rotor and cap and still no fire. there is a part that is a egnition module that has two screws that is supposed to mount to the inside or the outside of the distributor and we cant find it plus we dont know if that is the problem or if it is the electronic control module which we dont know where it is located. We think it is either under the passenger seat or on the fire wall on the passenger side. Anyway we dont know where they are located. can you help

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  • ccalder Aug 25, 2008

    Having the exact problem Have replace the distributor and the computer , still wont fire.

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