OK, I do not know if you have a manual w/ wire diagrams---Like I said, computers, in CJs is probably my worst weakness.
I am looking at diagram '82-'86 6 cylinder.
I can trace most of it but when it hits a connector, I cannot figure out its mate connector (if its the right mate)
So far, I have the original ignition module--2 wire bundles....one w/4 wires.....
1st 3 go to distributor uninterrupted
BLK w/ Grn tracer
Last (below), goes to the Neg side of coil, also splices into a connector which "control Vacuum solenoid" and "idle speed switch" are present in the same connector.
Bundle "2" on Ignition module .....is 2 wires
RED (from module)
It travels to the Pos of Coil (as a resistance wire, THUS the NEED for a COIL, that says, "FOR USE EXTERNAL RESISTOR ONLY", IS YOUR COIL COMPATABLE TO THIS, OR DOES IT HAVE AN INTERNAL RESISTOR? WRONG!).......the other end goes to a connector (which I know goes to the "on" position of the ignition switch) [I do not know if it splices off to anything else along the way]....Diagram is vague at this connector
White on module/ changes to light blue at 1st connector (3 inches out) .....it goes into the same "vague" connector as "red" wire above
I will investigate my other manuals.......most have the exact same Diagrams....Just different sizes...and legibility...depending on how many times it was reproduced.....Give me some time.
I have the AMC 1979 Service Manual w/ wonderful diagrams.....but this was before computers!
Do you think your new setup will be any better than a "High Speed Coil"---And a "High Speed Distributor"----where part availability may be EZer and cheaper?
I am usually the "Trend Setter" w/ my Jeep (especially Fuel Economy Fads) I get the same Interrogation I'm giving you!
I have got many mechanical modifications (improvements to stock)---I have them on Walmart Album Sharing...so others could maybe use the ideas...I have at least 10 Jeep albums....I will send you a PM (private message) about them...When you respond
Monday, July 12th, 2010 AT 2:54 PM