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1986 GL no spark from coil to disty

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#26 Gloyale


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Posted 18 November 2012 - 06:55 PM

Could this switch be done by simply swapping the ditsy plugs? The one i got was off an 88 I believe, had the square 4 pin on the ditsy. My car has the round 4 pin, so I simply swapped the ditsy harness. I will look closer at them to double check the wires match up the same. Is the difference the actual wiring coming off the crank angle sensor itself? Correct me if I'm wrong, you are saying I can take the green and white wire from the ditsy and swap/splice so it has the green hooked up to the white and vice versa?

Responded in your other thread.

Swap is actually on the ECU boards, swapped pins 17 and 8. Workaround is to rearrange the disty wires.

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