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Replace 96 Lexus ignition control module - 1994 Lexus Es 300

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SOURCE: where is the ignition control module at on the

The location is Under hood, passenger side, front side of shock tower, mounted on top of fenderwell. Here is a picture of what it is that you are looking for:
a9d432c.jpg Easy to get to and easy to replace. I'm afraid it might not be so easy on the wallet however. Do me a favor and let me know if you have any further questions about your vehicle. Thanks for rating my response and for using FixYa!

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