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Old 03-10-2004, 08:20   #1 (permalink)
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XF electronic ignition into TE cortina??

does anyone know, basically, which wire goes where the sensors dissy coil and computer are obvious but what else needs to be connected for the system to work the engine has all xf top end manifold and carby i have most of the loom from xf but nothing to refer to as far as where everything was connected originally any help would be greatly appreciated
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Re: XF electronic ignition into TE cortina??

Is it one of those dizzys that have the computer in the passenger kick panel?? If so, you would probably save yourself a heap of hassle and get a dizzy that has a centrivical and vacuum advance. They are very easy to connect up.

Two wires (red and green) from dizzy connecting across coil terminals +ve and -ve. Red runs off to 12volt ignition and green is your sense for tacho.
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