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How to remove an ignition control module on a 1996 Nissan Altima?

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2008-01-17 17:39:20
2008-01-17 17:39:20

The ignition control module is located within the distributor housing, so you need to remove the distributor, which is held in by two bolts, remember to slack off the valve cover bolts around the distributor, this facilitates the removal process, don't worry about the valve cover gasket it's an o-ring type gasket so it will reseal itself when you tighten the valve cover bolts .

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