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ok is there an easier way to get my S10 running again do i really need all these wires (there is like 100 miles of wire here just start the truck ) it has a 350 with Hei dist. the wire harness i got from the salvage yard is hooked up but which wire goes to the dist? the 6 cly harness has two plugs for the dist ( i figure ok easy no problem, with the key on there is only one orange wire with very low power to light my test light.i tryed it it doesnt do anything. they havent changed the wire harness colors so which wire(s)did you V8 S10 owners use cut into to run to the dist. hey anyone live near cherry hill NJ area ill pay you if you help me figure this out thanks wayne call 856 313 1079 this ran before *** am i doing wrong I HATE wires

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Old 10-18-2007, 05:59 PM
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On a GM HEI there are 5 Spades on the Dist cap
3 into the back {or closest to the dist } & 2 further away
the 3 in the back go to the Dist.

The other 2 1 is the power the other 1 is for the tack if you look closely it will say on it tach.

To "just get it running" hook the power wire to some power then it is live .

Keep in mind that it will stay on until the power is interrupted.

Then all you will need is a jumper wire to the starter to crank it over .

Assuming you have a battery cable going to the starter.

Does this help?




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