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Goosedf350

03-20-2008 17:26:46




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ok I am attempting my first restoration and am redoing some wiring some wires are going to no where on the thing it was converted to 12 volt does anyone have a 12v wiring diagram I would greatly appreciate it thanks.




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steve(ill)

03-21-2008 07:31:22




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 Re: D14 Wiring in reply to Goosedf350, 03-20-2008 17:26:46  
if you have a distributor, the swith puts 12 volts to the coil for power to get the spark. if you have a magnito, the switch shorts out a wire from the mag to ground to kill the motor. if the switch is a double pole- double throw, it can also turn the #1 wire on the alternator "on" when it also turns the distributor coil "on".



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Goosedf350

03-21-2008 03:43:49




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 Re: D14 Wiring in reply to Goosedf350, 03-20-2008 17:26:46  
on mine there is a switch that was needed flipped before you could start any idea as to what it would be? for or to



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steve(ill)

03-20-2008 19:26:37




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 Re: D14 Wiring in reply to Goosedf350, 03-20-2008 17:26:46  
pick one, if you got a mag or distributor, or--

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