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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-01-2003, 03:36 AM
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TFI wiring help

I would like help on the Basic wiring for the TFI
88 YJ Wrangler 6 Cyl. Automatic w/ Weber carb
I bought today
BorgWarner- Dis. Cap part # C193,
BorgWarner- Rotor Part # D219 "not copper do they make copper"
BorgWarner- Ignition Coil part #E71 "I think this is wrong"
Niehoff- Dis. cap adapter part #FF78A
Autolite- Plugwires Part# 86171 "Silicone Wires"
Champion Platinum - Plugs Part#3344

The question is do I just unplug the 2 old wires "green and Yellow and plug them into the new coil? The coil I bought says "bat" I thought this might go dirrectly to the Battery? Maybe I got the wrong coil. Please help.

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Re: TFI wiring help

Look HERE for part #'s that you can cross reference.
As far as wiring it, coils have a + and - on them. (I've never seen one that didn't) Look at both and splice the wires so that the wire that went to the + on the old one......goes to the + on the new one.
Shouldn't be much more to it than that.
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