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I am looking 2 find a pic or could tell me where the ignition coil and ignition module is please pic or just show me . thank you

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First what car year make and model are you talking about? im going to try answer you question anyways.
if its a older vehicle the coil and ignition module would be located on or in the distributor. if its a newer chevy it might be located under the coils themselves on a plate bolted to the coils. like Malibu's impalas 96+ model year.
just follow your spark plug wires away from the spark plug or head of engine and your coil and module will be there.

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