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Diagram of ingition wires attached to ignition module

I need a diagram of how the ignition wires are attatched to the ignition module and showing cylinder location for a1991 Oldsmobile Cutlas Cruiser with a 3.3L Thanks

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Auto Zone can print you a diagram for this vehicle.

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