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Where exactly is the location of the ign. coils on my 1998 Pontiac Trans-am?

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    are there 8 coils?1 per cylinder?

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Follow the spark plug wires from the cylinder head...they all connect to the ignition coil on you 5.7 V-8 Trans Am...beautiful cars...Hope this helps...Location will be just under the tuned port fuel injection plenum/

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