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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2001, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
 
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Help! Nutter bypass questions

I am in the process of putting a new carb on and doing the nutter bypass but I have some questions:

On the ignition module there are 6 wires-I have the distributor ones (4 WIRES) done properly, but I am unsure where the the WHITE AND RED WIRES go. These are slightly seperated from the others and I think provide power to the unit. How/where do I hook these guys up? I have no idea what happened to the plug that they mate to, so I can't back track.

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Jay

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Re: Help! Nutter bypass questions

Look at the attached JPG... is this what your talking about?


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Re: Help! Nutter bypass questions

LEVE,

Yeah, the wires in the right picture. What should they connect to? Like for example does the red wire go to the starter solenoid and the white to the + side of the coil? I saw a setup like that on a wiring diagram TR posted, but I wanted to double check. Like I said before, the two prong plug on mine is gone, so I don't have any idea where the wires went previously.

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Re: Help! Nutter bypass questions

Red Wire:

1. The Red wire is the power supply wire to the module.
2. Find the Red/White wire on the Starter Relay.
3. This wrire should be common to the wire going to the red wire on the Ignition module.

White Wire:

1. This wire is the switched voltage from the ignition switch.
2. Find the Light Blue wire on the Starter Relay.
3. The white wire should be common to the Light Blue wire.

By connecting the module to these wires, you should be OK...


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Re: Help! Nutter bypass questions

thanks..I will give it a try.

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