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    SLTX Ignition update stator has plate loose. Will that cause a problem?

    I am in the process of installing an ignition update on a 1996 SLTX. When we took the stator out of the box we noticed that where all the thin plates are put together on one of the triggers the bottom plate has separated about 1/8 of an inch from the others. I didn't want to install it until I know if it will cause a problem or not. Can anybody help? I have added a picture of what I am talking about. If I am not mistaken those plates are glues together with some kind of adhesive. I could glue it back but I am not sure what to use.
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    That should not make any difference. That piece is just kinda like the "structure", the working pieces are attached around. That finger doesn't actually do anything.

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    Thanks for the info. I know that creates like a magnetic field so I wanted to make sure that that one plate being further down doesn't cause a problem. I would like to at least find out what type of glue to use and glue it back.

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