On The Crankshaft It Has A Magnet & On The Timing Cover It Has A Pick Up Coil, This Sends The Control Box Under The Coils Information As When To Fire That Coil. The Timing Is Done By The Computer.
On the distributor.
On the back side of the distributor facing the firewall , it will have to screws bolting it down to the distributor
Under the cap, inside the distributor, it is easy to change with the distributor off the car, a pain to get to with it on the car.
check the ignition modulator under the distributor cap
the ignition system would be a HEI or high energy ignition with a distributor cap and rotor. this would refer to the 2.8 liter v6
Well, if you have a 2.0L, you'll never find it...these engines have distributorless ignition. The ignition system is located under the intake manifold.
My 73 Bonneville has points type ignition. The later years had electronic ignition distributors, which had .045 or more gap. If you're engine is points type, the gap is .035.
I am currently working on a 1990 Pont. GP. For all intensive purposes, its pretty much the same car. The GP has no distributor, it is an electronic ignition, so no distributor,no points,but you do have an ignition control module which has 3 coils attached to the front of it( 6cyl. engine) this is where your spark plug wires go. It should be located either on the side or front of motor just above the starter,and just below the exhaust manifold.good luckmrkhh
There is no distributor cap or even a distributor on these engines since the 6 plug wires are connected in pairs directly to 3 coils on top of the ignition control module. This module energizes and "fires" the coils electronically without the need for a distributor. If you suspect ignition problems check plug wires first, then plugs, then the module and coils.
The 3.1 does not have a distributor.The 3.1 does not have a distributor.
No power to ignition switch check fusible links at terminals just to rear of battery. No power to ignition coil, check ignition module inside distributor, fuse, main power connector to rear of battery.
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That depends on what type of distributor/ignition you are running. Point style, good rule of thumb is .035. HEI is usually .045.
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You can remove your 1997 Pontiac Bonneville ignition switch by removing the retaining ring at the top of the ignition switch. The ignition switch will slide out.
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adjust the distributor
Its the yellow one comes from starter engine" p" Erik
The car has coil packs and does not have a distributor.
Distributor is on top of the engine in the back on all traditional Pontiac V8s, behind the carburetor. Follow the spark plug wires.
Through my recent searches, I have came to understand that the ignition point gap of this vehicle having a 389 engine with a 2bbl carburetor is .016. The plug gap is .040 and the distributor dwell is 28 to 32.
The fan is controlled by the same computer that regulates the engine. It is usually called the Electronic Control Module. When the ECM is malfunctioning it sometimes will run the fan continuously.