Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Lakewood, Colorado
Assuming your car is still running the original Bosch fuel injection and ignition system your car already has electronic ignition, handled by it's own separate computer. The coil and distributor are simple affairs that are completely under the control of the computer. There are no points involved. The only replaceable parts on the dizzy are the cap and rotor. This is the coil you want:
Don't think being an old car it has "classic" ignition bits - other than being an analog computer rather than digital, it is just like a modern car. edit, well not like a modern car that has the coils right on top of the spark plugs, but just like a modern car that still uses a distributor!
1990 Spider Veloce
Last edited by GV27; 07-16-2019 at 02:31 PM.