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12-29-2011 07:42 PM
Infinite Monkeys
Holley pro jection fuel pump wire identification

I have a holley pro jection fuel pump that I plan to use in a Chevy TBI transplant. I bought the pump used and it did not come with a wiring harness. I need to identify which terminal of the pump is positive and negative so I can hook up the wiring.
If anyone is running this system can you please let me know.
According to the Holley site, there is a red and green wire, red is positive and green is negative. I just need to know how this corresponds to the plug on the pump itself.

Also, I have not found a pig tail plug that will fit in the pump yet, so if you know, that would be a great help also. Holley does not sell the pig tail plug separately.


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