I went to the yard, paid 100$$ for the Delco ICM and coils, plus a bracket, that definitly didn't look like my bracket. I had a hard time getting the silly thing anyways, and the yard guys gave me a bit of a hard time. (which is why I won't be going back.) The other yard, which offers better service, and treat ya like family, didn't have it in stock, so I had no choice.
Anyways, about the bracket. Had a hard time getting maggie off. That stupid METAL bolt (stud) would not come out. Finally gave up, pulled the bracket out, and whacked, and whacked till I got it out. Aluminum and steel don't mix well.
If anyone can tell me how the heck to upload an image to picturetrail, to post here, that'd be GREAT! arrgh! I've already tried, its either the computer, or the fact I don;t know how to.. yikes, i am so annoyed...
Now, about the Junkard bracket. I modified it to bolt in to my exisiting bracket. (had no choice) Do I need a 92+ bracket as well? Becuase, I could have took the icm off, and put it on my exisiting bracket, but that would ruin it rather too soon. (heat issues) so, I just modded it, and it went my way.
Now, turns out the accessory belt was rubbing against some metal wiring. one wire was exposed, and it was, (you guessed it) the crank sensor, and ICM wire. I really wonder what would've happened had it broke on me.
Anyways, I could get some extra wire from the main harness, but the crank sensor wires had to be cut, and longer wires put on to get it to fit.
All in all, that hard work, and I was so worried that it would not start. Well, it did.
Did a hack job taping my wires up. Its freezing, and electrical tape, and cold don't mix well. Summertime, I'll fix it. For now, its fine.
I'll povide a picture of what it looks like tommorrow night, its dark, and freezing out now.