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IMPORTANT: Electrical items are covered by a 30 day EXCHANGE ONLY WARRANTY. There are no returns or refunds on such items.Restoration Correct Original ACDelco Replacement Part Correct Fit Fits V6 Engines With Vin 9 And K Made In USA Is your 1982-1983 Malibu and Chevelle running rough? It could be a failed Distributor Hall Effect Switch. In early engines that needed a spark, the spark was often sent to each spark plug regardless of what stroke its cylinder was in -- this was because it made the mechanics of the distributor very easy, but it also damaged the performance of the engines. In order to fix this, a distributor was needed where a spark was only sent to the combustion chamber that was at the top of it's Compression stroke. A common way many internal combustion engines produced in the latter half of the 20th century accomplished this through the use of a design called the Hall Effect Distributor. Other solutions for this problem are Ignition Point Distributors and Optical Gap Distributors -- though Hall Effect Distributors are very cheap to produce and very reliable so they have become very popular. Don't trust just any part on your 1982, 1983 Malibu or Chevelle, use what came from the factory.
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