<VV> coil wiring help needed
Ray "Grymm" Rodriguez
vairguy at echoes.net
Mon Aug 2 15:19:23 EDT 2010
I got two conflicting replies and hoped you could clear it up for me. If
both the yellow and dark blue wire go to the coil, then what connects to the
lead for the oil pressure/temp switch? I have no wires left!
On the other hand if the 12v dark blue wire goes to the switches as someone
else said.... then I have power to the coil only when cranking and the car
Hope you can help!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bryan Blackwell" <bryan at skiblack.com>
To: "Ray Grymm Rodriguez" <vairguy at echoes.net>
Cc: "corvair" <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Monday, August 02, 2010 11:00 AM
Subject: Re: <VV> coil wiring help needed
You're correct that the yellow wire goes on the coil - it's only hot when
cranking. The other wire would also go on the coil, that's the "run"
circuit. I'm not sure, but I thought only Spyders had the separate
resistor - measure the voltage and see if it's around 8 volts when "on", if
so then the resistor is in the harness.
On Aug 2, 2010, at 3:02 AM, Ray Grymm Rodriguez wrote:
> Based on my memory this could make sense as this could be the line that
> supplies a straight 12v shot to the coil when cranking for hotter spark...
> and that would mean both the dark blue (or black) and yellow wires go to
> the coil..... but..... then what wire connects to the single plug coming
> up from near the harmonic balancer (oil pressure?)? If both these wires
> go the coil there appear to be no wires left to connect to that plug.
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