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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-31-2002, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Team Rush coil wiring

Hey all, I have started to do my upgrade and i got the TFI coil. Looking at the connecter that I got, I know I have to wire it. To the stock coil, one one side I have two red wires and on the other, I have a one green wire.

On the new connector, I now have two green wires on one side and on the other side I have one red wire.

I am trying to figure out how to hook it up. I am thinking that the side that has two before, gets two now and the color doesnt matter.

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Re: Team Rush coil wiring

Positive to positive regardless of color and negative to negative regardless of color.,
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Re: Team Rush coil wiring

I am not super positive on how to determine which is positive on the new coil.

I found it. thanks heres a pic that I found for the new coil
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I think green is positive look on your old coil it is marked on the top... [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img]
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Re: Team Rush coil wiring

you should have a + or - on the new connector or the coil. The old one may have a + or batt. and a neg. or - marked on top.
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Re: Team Rush coil wiring

Hey muddynut, do you EVER think before posting info on topics you seem to have no clue about? Just wondering [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]

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Caver... thanks for posting the Wiring Diagram... I was looking for it on my computer... But as I was saying in my post LOOK ON TOP OF YOUR OLD COIL FOR THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE. I dont believe there was anything wrong with that? Guess I was mistaken. [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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Re: Team Rush coil wiring

Green usually lends itself to negative.
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Re: Team Rush coil wiring

Green is neg. in both the new & old coils. I was searching for this same info when I ran across this post. If you look inside the plug socket on the new coil, you will see the lugs marked + & -. The socket is keyed so that the green wires on the plug match the - coil terminal. With all that said, it appears that we'll leave a spare green wire hanging instead of the current spare red. Looks like a good place to stick a connector to attach the tach. for tune-ups.
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