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What is involed in replacing the pip sensor unde the rotor, the car runs sometimes then dies, checked the computer code came up with the same thing.everything else in the ignition is fine

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Have you had your ignition module that is bolted to the distributor checked? That's the problem 90% of the time.


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If it is the pip, it's not that hard. You just have to pry off the little metal disc that the rotor sits on.
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I checked the TFI module on the distuributor,besides its only a year old
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