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Old 07-10-2007, 03:46 PM
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TPI Coil Wire

I have a 92 TPI unit that I'm wiring up. I have a pigtail that fits the distributor but the colors are off. The 2 wires from the coil are pink and white. Does anyone know if I should hook up the pink from the coil to the yellow wire on the right or to the black on the left?
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Old 07-10-2007, 04:50 PM
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Doc here,

I have a 56, a 63, a 58 and an 80...what wire goes to the alternator the grey or blue??

Now you see how easy that is..

You have a 92 WHAT???

If it is GM, traditionally, the pink is power, the yellow may be Pulsed low signal pickoff..but without looking it up for sure, I couldn't tell you..

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The TPI is from a 92 Firebird or Trans Am.The wires go from the top of the remote coil to the module.I don't have the car, just the TPI that I will be installing on my 350 in my pickup.As for wires from the alternator???? .I will be using the wires that are already there.
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