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95 vs 96 Ignition control module

This is a discussion on 95 vs 96 Ignition control module within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Its a common known fact that from 93-97 the f bodies came with an LT1 so why is the ignition ...

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    nws 95 vs 96 Ignition control module

    Its a common known fact that from 93-97 the f bodies came with an LT1 so why is the ignition control module different for a 96 vs a 95?

    Come on techies give me the info

    Both cars have Lt1 is it possible to change the ignition control module and install a 96 module in a 95? would I benefit or lose out?

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    It probably has to do with the fact that the ignition coils are also different.

    The 1996 & 97 have a "single connector" type, while the 1993-1995 have the "dual connector" type.

    1996 was the first "full" production year for the LT1 OBDII cars (with dual catalytic converters). Some of the later production 1995 LT1 cars, with California Emissions (and possibly other states), had the dual cats as well.
    Vance Chula
    1996 Camaro Z28 SS #1688
    2010 Camaro 2LT RS
    http://www.cardomain.com/id/vchula

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