I've never seen a 75 Chevy 350 that didn't come with HEI, as it was a mid-year introduction in 1974. However, if such a thing as a 75 Chevy with point distributor exists, there would be a steel wire running from the ignition switch to the hot side of the coil. The steel wire would need to be replaced with a copper wire. The steel wire acts as a resistor to reduce the voltage to the coil, which is not necessary on an HEI, and would limit the total voltage the coil could produce.
The ignition relay should be that cylindric looking device connecting the dist. cap to the cars other electrical systems. Check the middle wire coming from the dist.
The simplest way would be to call Summit Racing and order a one wire HEI distributor and new plug wires. this Dist will require a simple one wire hook up from the ignition switch. order it for a AMC V8.
Need to know what year the vehicle is and is it still a points car or is it electronic ignition.
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Yellow wire is your ignition wire.
purple is the trigger wire for the starter. Yellow is the ignition wire.
Make sure you have only about 8 volts going to it not a full 12. There is a resistor wire that should cut the voltage.
could be where your wiring harness goes connects to the fire wall or the ignition switch when it is in the start position not putting voltage to the coil . one way to check this is to put a jumpier wire from the battery to the coil and try to start if it does it could be one of the above
The ignition wire that run to the cap is red. The one that to the key ignition is blue.
To wire an ignition barrel in the Citroen Saxo, begin by disconnecting the wire at the negative terminal of the battery. A lead wire has to go to the ACC terminal on the ignition barrel. The starter relay wire goes to the ST terminal and the ignition wire is connected to the IGN terminal.
It depends on the year of the vehicle, whether it's throttle body injected, electronic ignition...
The Chevrolet 327 plug wire diagram can be obtained from most Chevrolet dealerships. The diagram can also be found in Chevrolet service manuals.
what about the ignition switch wiring
The small wire connects to the "S" terminal. The "R" terminal is not used if you have electronic ignition.
The ignition wire in a Nissan 350z is black and red. The starter wire is white/red and the second starter wire is white/green.
wire that as number one or pull dist. and fix.
any Chevrolet distributor big or small block will fit, if it has one wiring group comming out of the dist. if there are 2 separate groups of wires, these are for computer controled vehicles. and will not work. you must run a new 12 volt wire from the ignition switch to the dist. the original wire is a resistor wire and will not supply enough voltage to power the new dist.
The 1996 Toyota Camry ignition harness has three wires. The red wire is the hot wire. The black wire is the ground wire. The white wire is the auxiliary wire.
Follow the wire from the #1 cylinder to the cap. see link
In order to find a short in a buried wire you will need to use an electronic wire chaser. The electronic wire chaser will notify you of where the break is exactly.
disconnect the tan wire connector on the passenger side wiring harness , that puts it in bypass mode, unlock dist. bolt and adjust timing. when set reconnect wiring connector.
I have a 93 chevy pick up all I want is to hard wire the starter so the the truck will start with just wire straight from the starter to battery
The 1999 Jeep Cherokee ignition coil used a black wire for the negative wire. The negative wire should be on the left post.
The ignition coil wire diagram can be found on Mustangs And Fords website (link to diagram below).