under the coil pack in the engine compartment. The coil pack is where the plug wires hook into it.
Those components are part of the distributor and are inside it. They are not available as separate parts.
Its the 1st igntion coil. V8 have distrubutors which is kinda the same your spark plug wires hook up to them.
The ignition coil is located under the distributor cap. There are a couple screws holing it in and a couple of wires. Just make sure the battery is diconnected first. Make sure you hook it back up the same way.
Hook it to the negative side of the coil.
You would hook to the negative side of the coil. Some HEI distributor caps are marked "tach".
It is simple....as long as you have the right one.....on my 350 the ignition coil was located inside the distributer cap, easy enough, you just take off the 2 bolts and unplug
Many autopart stores have a machine to test it. The machines use a universal adapter to hook into the ignition control module. The ignition control module is in the distributor. If you mean the part that contains the ignition coil, when mine went bad I probed it with an ohmeter and then asked the parts store if I could test the resistances in a new coil before I bought it. Since the resistances of certain terminals weren't even close, I knew I had a bad coil.
check fuse for fuel pump and ignition, also make sure your immobilizer is ok,,,,sometimes they hook them up to the coil,,,,which means,,,no spark
The negative side of the coil is connected to the breaker points and condenser. The posotive side comes from the ignition switch. And the center terminal is connected to the center terminal of the distributor cap. ID REPLACE IT WITH A HEI MUCH BETTER THEN A POINTS SYSTEM.AND IT ONLY HAS ONE POWER WIRE TO HOOK UP.
Anywhere BUT the control arm. I did that and it ruined my car.
need to know where to hook coil wire is all i need to know.