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Old 10-31-2012, 11:02 PM
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ignition control module from a 78 302 on a59

can some tell me how to wire this to my 59 f100. the engine is a 78 302 and i can get the module from auto but how do i wire it. thanks for the help
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Try this link i found with a google search.
http://www.michellesfords.com/Wiring_diagram.jpg
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i looked at that link and everything makes sense but the green wire is shown within the 4 pin connecter how do i take it to the selnoid. also do you think they sell the two piece pin since i dont have it?
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I'm not sure I follow your question. The green wire goes the - side of the coil. I think a junk yard would be a good source for the connector.
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on the diaghram that green wire goes to the selinoid
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Sorry for the late response I've been out of town.
Is this the diagram you are looking at? I'am color blind but if I read it correctly the green wire goes to the coil. If pressed you could just cut and splice the wires from the controller and run them to where ever they need to go.
But then again you have probably got the truck running by now.LOL



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