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Old 12-04-2010, 03:51 PM
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coil wire

1969 G.T.O. new engine wire harness 400 engine wire from termenal to coil is it 10 gauge ? it calls fore a black wire with pink stripe no such wire on old harness or new their is a solid pink 10 gauge wire on the new one or can i run a wire from the + coil to the fusebox and what amp of fuse?

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Old 12-05-2010, 05:06 AM
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I can not tell you the wire color, for the coil, however I can tell you how it works in the circuit so you could wire it and have it operate as it should.

The + terminal on the coil gets juice when the key is on only. Then off key off, also off with the key in the accessory mode. Get a meter or a test light and probe the wire or wires you have there and see if the voltage comes and goes as described. I do not believe it will run through the fuse block, more likely a direct connect to the ignition switch.
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I would wire it so the coil doesn't get juice when in ACC key posistion if your running a point system.
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