its part of your distributor cap. hope this might help.
The 1999 Jeep Cherokee ignition coil used a black wire for the negative wire. The negative wire should be on the left post.
you have to tap into the coil wires the negative wire on the coil plug.
red (+) wire to possitive side of coil- Black (-) wire to negative side of coil. thats it.
Hook it to the negative side of the coil.
assuming it is a older car with points the distributor goes to the negative side of the coil
the green is the signal wire and it goes to the negative side of the ignition coil
The green wire from the tach goes to the negative side of the coil.
The coil is inside the distributor. There is no coil wire.The coil is inside the distributor. There is no coil wire.
If your car has a distributor it is the negative on the coil.
The dark green/orange wire is the power feed.
follow the instructions, if you have no instructions then ussualy one wire to negative side of coil and the other wire goes to ground.
negative side of the coil
Negative side of the coil. David G,
negative side of the coil
The green wire is supposed to go to the negative wire of the coil , that is usually a white wire, but make sure that the tachometer documents tell you to use the negative wire it is usually the white wire. If you have a test light hook the cramp to the negative of the battery and check the two wires if the light glows that is the positive, connect the green wire to the other wire it will be the negative. There are some that say to use the positive, ""PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTION VERY CAREFULLY"" Or you could short out the coil and the igition module.
You can check for an instruction sheet at the manufacturer's website, but most tachs have a black wire for ground, a red wire that is hot, a white wire that is hot, and a green wire that goes to the negative or tach terminal of the coil.
yes coil is a type of wire
The coil wire.
The coil wire runs from the coil to the center of the distributor cap.The coil wire runs from the coil to the center of the distributor cap.
If you want to run both coils,you have to wire the positive to positive and negative to negative on your sub,then run a wire from each plug to the amp. Positive to the positive side of the amp and negative to negative side of the amp,(you can run in bridge mode or stereo if your amp can handle the load)
You would hook to the negative side of the coil. Some HEI distributor caps are marked "tach".
There is no coil wire. There is a coil pack and connected to the coil pack is the ignition control module.
Toyota Camry coil wire can burn out from age or excessive use. The manufacturer recommends that you change the coil wire every 30,000 miles.