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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-19-06, 07:38 AM Thread Starter
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accel dizzy wiring

i have a billet accel electronic dizzy which has an external module ,
the module is an echlin it has four wires comming out of it ,

the dizzy has 3 wires ,black,brown,red .
does anyone know how to wire one of these up ,
any help would be great

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Re: accel dizzy wiring

The left hand side of the module on the dizzy is coil "-" and "+" in. The terminals are "-" and "+" out. Not sure why your dizzy has three wires.

XB Fairmont (street car) 11.07@123.02mph.
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Re: accel dizzy wiring

the module is not connected to the dizzy ,
the dizzy has three wires comming out just like the mallory unilite i have in my chev but the mallory has no module,
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Re: accel dizzy wiring

ah okay.

1 = coil negative
2 = coil positive
3 = tacho output

I would at a guess say:

1 = black
2 = red
3 = tacho

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