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This is fast and easy. i found on a scope my coil was getting tired (at 330,000 miles i do understand....lol)
well off to NAPA and got the new part IC29.

open the hood and remove the air cleaner. On the back of the manifold you will see the coil. i removed the high voltage plug wire and the input low voltage input, ground and TACH plugs.
then remove the mount i removed the 2 1/2 bolts holding th coil. i then removed the 2 1/4" coil mount screws. i then installed the new coil and reinstalled the mount on the intake manifold. plug in the low,ground and TACH connector and the coil wire and air cleaner and you are done. restart the car and drive.
 
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