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I have 9 wires coming off the dist. cap and don't know where they all go

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You must have an 8 cylinder Nissan vehicle, so you have 8 plus wires.

The plug in the very center should lead you to an external ignition coil.

Some cars and trucks have the ignition coil inside of the distributor cap and some have the coil placed somewhere in the engine bay externally.

There is also some people who like to use aftermarket high performance external ignition coils. In this case the internal one is removed and a new cap with one extra plug point is installed so that they can run the external coil off of the extra plug point.

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