needed: WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MOPAR ELECTRONIC IGNITION CONVERSION

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    Any one got a nice diagram for mopar electronic ignition conversion,,thanks in advance....sd426
     
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    Look up your old threads ive done gave you this 2 or 3 times
     
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    One wire goes to the whatyoumacallit...

    The other goes to the thinghamabobber....

    One wire is not used, so you cut that off the harness.

    The other two obviously go to the distributor.
     
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    Thats how you do it right there ! lmao
     
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    Ok, seriously now:


    View attachment Ignition_System_5pin.jpg

    View attachment Ignition_System_4pin.jpg

    View attachment Mopar_Electronic_Ignition_diagram.jpg


    The black/yellow wire goes to the coil - (negative).

    The blue wire goes to the input side of the ballast. Easy way to find is to unplug both connectors from the ballast resistor, then turn the ignition key to the "run" position. Hook the clip of a test light to a ground and poke the pointy end into the connectors that you unplugged. The one that lights up is the input side. If you go to a NAPA store, they carry a "piggyback" flat terminal on their electrical wiring display. If you crimp that to the end of your wire from the harness, you put that on the ballast resistor first, then "stack" the original single connector on top of that. It's easy, clean, and simple to remove if you ever have the need to.

    The green wire gets cut off the harness.
     
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      karl you are fired Ive gave him that 3 times lmao You should make him find it lmao ....... Now bob save them ! lmao
       
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      A BIG THANK YOU Karl...asa had to reset my computer back to factory specs and I lost everything,,went to my old thread and your pics were gone...thanks again..sd426
       
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      You're welcome.

      You gotta watch that Asa guy....
       
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      i beleave that i deleat my pics every now and then

      Asa who ?:blob:
       
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