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Old 03-14-2013, 07:45 AM
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I need a little help with where these wires go.

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The engine ran great until I put the the new (GM) alt on. Now it will not fire. I chased a few wires and found several that may be shorting out. I unhooked the Alt just in case that was the problem. Still no go.
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#1 should go to your ignition switch 12V from the battery.
#2 energizes the coil from the ignition switch to start the truck.
#3 should go to the positive of your coil.

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