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There isn't one. You have a DIS system (distributorless ignition system). The modules, and control pack can be seen on the front bottom area of the motor, right next to the oil filter.

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Q: Where is the distributor cap on a 1990 Pontiac 6000 LE with 3.1 L engine?
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