OK, First off, Who ever sent you 11 pages of info on that upgrade probably confused you more than helped.
There is one basic truth in life: If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, Baffle them with bull sh*t....
Here is the rub, bub....
You simply haven't given us enough information to work with....
We don't know if you have a stock engine, a 4, 6, or 8 cylinder, or what the engine size is.
If you replaced breaker points with a GM HEI,.... That is acceptable.
If you have a 4 cylinder engine, the GM HEI is probably a better choice for your engine, and I can help you with getting the coil out of the distributor cap.
If you replaced breaker points with a GM HEI, .... That is acceptable.
If you have an inline 6 cylinder engine, the better choice for a distributor would have been the Motorcraft that came out in AMC Inline 6 cylinder engines from '78 to '90.
There is more wiring involved, but the ignition we put together uses factory parts you can purchase from any parts store, is very reliable, and will more closely match your engine's power output potential.
If you replaced breaker points with a GM HEI for an AMC V-8 engine, you spent way too much on a setup that is much inferior to the Factory Motorcraft distributor that Jeep used from '78 to '90 in the US. (AMC used it in '78 & '79)
If you want to do the 'TeamRush' upgrade, with the factory style distributor and ignition module, email me or CJ Dave directly, and we'll be glad to help.
My email is [email protected]
If you tell me what engine you have, I'll give you wiring diagrams, part numbers, and general instructions. (and some pretty specific instructions too!)
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