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Where is the ignition control module on a 96 probe 20L with an external coil?

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2006-12-01 01:43:50
2006-12-01 01:43:50

Inside of distriutor cap under the rotor (pick up stator). Very seldom fail. About 90 us dollars at local parts house.

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