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Could use some more info as to year and model, generally they are under the gas tank. It's pretty straight forward, take tank off, take bad coil out put good coil in, just be sure you re attach the lead wires to the correct terminals, they are "+" and "-". Hooking them up wrong the bike will probably run, just not well.

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