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Where is the ignition module on a 1998 chevorlet pickup k1500 5.7l?

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The module is in the dist. You need to remove the dist. cap and rotor the module will be the black (normally) half moon shape device with the two wires attached on the advance plate for the dist. Hope this helps.

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Where is the ignition module on a 1998 chevrolet pick-up truck k2500

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