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Dana (IA)

07-18-2002 10:19:14




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I'm just finishing converting my C back to 6 volts from 12vt. All the wiring diagrams I have located show only wiring for Mag. Can someone tell me which side of the coil (+ or -) the wire from the distributor needs to connect to? (This will in turn tell me which side I then need to connect my wire from the kill switch to)

If all goes well, my 10 month project to restore this ole girl will be done in time for a parade next weekend. I can't wait to hear it purr again!

Thanks in advance for the help!

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Duey (IA)

07-18-2002 15:33:00




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 Re: C wiring - distributor wire in reply to Dana (IA), 07-18-2002 10:19:14  
Dana,
The - side of the amp gauge goes to the ign switch to feed 6 volt to the coil. The + side of the coil goes to the distributor. I hope the KILL switch you refer to is an ign switch. If it is a kill switch for a mag, it will be a dead short when you turn it on!! Duey



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Dana (IA)

07-18-2002 17:32:30




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 Re: Re: C wiring - distributor wire in reply to Duey (IA), 07-18-2002 15:33:00  
Thanks Duey,

Yes, it is an ignition switch (same one that the 12 volt system used).



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