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ignition module location on 87 duke by petehiggins75
Started on: 04-21-2015 12:40 PM
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Last post by: Patrick on 04-21-2015 02:50 PM
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I know this will sound stupid but where us the ignition module at on an 87 duke,is it the coil itself,thanks everyone ,oh,and the owner says it running a bit hot,i asked while driving or just stop n go traffic

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See my Cave, DIS Ignition

Read it carefully then read again.
Because if PIM is really bad then likely other ignition parts cause the problem.

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Right under the coils under the carb if its the 2.5 Duke
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Originally posted by johnguzman1212:

...under the carb if its the 2.5 Duke


No "carb" on any stock Fiero duke.
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