Looks like rust ain't jumped on it.
We kinda ain't sitting in cubicles answering stuff, Some of us work/ some retired/ some in different parts of the world!
I generally get done slaving for the other guy around 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Eastern Time. I jump on here to relax till maybe 11PM. I sorta neglect things I need/ want to do. I really wanna repaint my Willys Jeep. Got the paint! Need to do some Jeep prep. Need to crack down!
So, in a short sentence, I don't see replies till late afternoon/ evening.
I do respond! Just gotta wait on me!
I'll start looking for New connectors, You may have to add wire to 'em to make 'em reach.
If you are still looking in salvage yards, Ford stuff from the 70's may be perfect.
Just compare the # of wires on the connector ends to the diagram I sent you.
Mine came off of a pickup, I had to shorten the wires from the module to the distributor, as they went around the world to connect on the truck setup.
Just a pointer
Don't try to pry them apart, you'll break off the locking tabs. The textbook correct way (dumb as it sounds), is to
Grasp the wires on both sides of the connector, snatch/ jerk, it will come apart.
Keep me posted as to what's going on/ when more info is needed.
CJs are my favorite to answer on here (hence, my user name), if you have seen other posts I've answered, I really try to give 'em my all.
pic 1) Present '77 w/ 258
pic 1) Jeep #1 '77 in 1983 w/ 304
4 others in between
And of course, we have my '46 "Willy" too!
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Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 AT 5:48 PM