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Old 11-12-05, 03:21 PM
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Using trailing coils with LT10s and x4?

Hey I was wonderng if knew which wires I use on the trailing coils? Is the bottom part where the two plugs of wires go into the ignitor? If so I remove that and then wire the two coils directly to the x4 like the bosch one are, corrrect? So does anyone know the factory wire colors? As in which one is positive and negative?

ALso what do I use for the dwell number if I am going to using the trailing coils? For the boschs I know its time based at 4.5 ms but what about for the factory coils?
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Old 11-12-05, 04:03 PM
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Ohk so I just looked at the trailing coils and if you take the top cover off then there labeled (+) (-). So I just answered that question lol, But the other still stands, so if any of you know that would be greatly appreciated.
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