As my luck would have it, I screwed up my stock distributor while using it to mock up my engine. I decided to go ahead and order a 'new' unit rather than a re-man. No problems there, as the price was comparable to even used junkyard parts.
I got it in the other day and noticed it has an extra screw that the original does not. It looks like some sort of grounding point. Otherwise they are very similar. Should I just ignore that screw and proceed, or do I have the wrong part? (Sorry about the pic quality...)
1994 Thunderbird - 2000 4.2L M5R2 now has 55k
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1996 Cougar - 2004 3.9L 4R70W