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07-24-2004 09:31 PM
red nitro Thanks doc, a few carb adjustments and she runs great. Thanks for the help ! ! ! !
07-24-2004 03:55 PM

[color=yellow]Doc Here

You need of course, a coil and resistor, hook your 12 volts on one side of the resistor, the other to the coil (-), then the other terminal (+)on the coil goes to the points and Condenser.

Be sure the points have a ground pigtail, (most do) from the points body to the advance plate, and the hot wire isn't hitting anything else.

Set the points about 17 , and make sure they open and close, and you should be all good.

07-24-2004 03:22 PM
red nitro
hooking up a non hei

anybody tell me how to hook up a non hei quick, just want to get it fired up, a 350 in a 68 chevelle, Thank you !

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