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I thought that to but the original owner said he replaced that already imma go ahead and get a new one for it just in case. I’m going in blindly at this sept he didn’t say what was wrong with it.

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Recommend taking the coil packs off, and then remove the spark control module from its bracket. That bracket may be a two piece unit.  Take the bracket apart including off the engine, and clean all surfaces where they mate up.  I use some sort of non oxidizing lubricant (Oxy-guard) when reassembling it. Also clean the bottom of the spark control module. 

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