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Old 12-02-2006, 01:54 PM
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Mopar wiring

I have a 1950 Plymouth Concord that I recently installed a 440 with a 727 trans, I am looking for someone that has or knows how to wire the basic ignition systme up.
the engine has the electronic ignition and the ballest resistor still attached.
So can anyone help?
The engine is a 1978
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The schematic below is a basic Mopar electronic ignition system.

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On your diagram - Is it showing a jumper wire between the bottom two prongs of the 4 prong resistor or is this triangular shape part of the resistor symbol?
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Need wire to Fire

What I have is a 1950 Plymouth that I am building an old school gasser project, I installed a 440 engine and 727 trans, I have no wiring in the car, and have never wired a mopar engine into a project like this, so what I need is a drawing or info on what to wire to make it fire.
I appreciate the replys so far.
I have the electronic ignition in the car but can go to a point style distributor if needed.
So thanks in advance for the info
Coyster
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That IS what you need to make it Fire...


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The Beast is Alive Sir Ratius Eliminatus

With the help of the wiring diagram that I recieved, Thank you very much I was able to bring the Mighty Mopar to life.
What a beast this car has become
So watch out all you rodents (mouse and Rat powered cars)
Sir Ratius is on the prowl
Thanks Again
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Glad to hear it is fixed!

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is this a dead link cause i need the same problem....i need a basic ignition and charging diagram also...mine also has the dual ballest and is a 318 turned into a 360 please help
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Go to mymopar.com, they have free wiring diagrams for download.
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