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Hi David,

This link will show you what you need to know, read below as it’s a simple process I describe below, here’s a link to a video outlining the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNRkdEMM_Jo

This will be simple. Remove the distributor cap and mark the rotor's position(very important)pointing relative to your distributor cap/housing, also mark your distribitor's position in relation to the engine so that you can put it back exactly as it was to begin with. Now unplug anything in the way and pull your distributor Remove a metal that's holding your pickup coil in place(on your distributor) by simply tapping it out with a small metal punch or similar device. After removing the pin, slide the pickup coil up the distributor shaft and when you get to the top just swap them and reassemble everything in the reverse order of how you took it apart. Take your time and just do it carefully, you'll be done in no time.

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