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For Informations Sake, below is a list of the MX-3 Distributor plug wire colors & their functionality:
6-pin Plug (from the top to bottom)
Solid Orange (Ignition control module ecu trigger)
Black w/green stripe
Pink w/white stripe (camshaft position sensor SGC signal)
Pink w/green stripe (camshaft position sensor SGT signal)
White w/red stripe
Black w/light-green stripe (ECU constant ground)
3-ping Plug (fromp top to bottom):
Solid Blue (ignition coil +)
Yellow w/blue stripe (tachometer signal from ignition coil)
Solid Red (ignition coil -)
3 (Explained): To hook up the HEI module so it functions properly you will need four wires, each with a female disconnect on one end and one with a ring terminal on the other end and the other 3 with the self-tapping terminals.
The wire with the ring terminal is used on pin "W" on the HEI module and is grounded to the chassis of the car
One of the three other wires is routed to the top (solid orange) 3-pin Plug from the distributor and connects to pin "B" on the HEI module
The 2nd of the three other wires connects to the bottom (solid red) wire on the 3-pin Plug from the distributor and connects to pin "C" on the HEI module
The last wire MUST BE at least 16-guage and connects to the top wire on the 6-pin distributor plug (solid orange) and connects to pin "G" on the HEI module.
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(Explained): To hook up the HEI module so it functions properly you will need seven wires total.
1: One of the wires with a ring terminal is used on pin "W" on the HEI module and is grounded to the chassis of the car
2: Another wire goes from the "G" terminal on the HEI module to a self-tapping terminal on the orange wire (top wire on the 6-pin distributor plug). This wire MUST be at lesat 16-gauge or the HEI module may get extremely hot and/or the wire will melt due to the 5-amp current this wire requires.
Wires 3-6 can be connected two ways, you can either run all of the wires off of the "B" and "C" terminals from the HEI module OR (as shown in my diagram) run all of the wires off of the "+" and "-" inputs from the external ignition coil.
3: The next wire depends on which way you run your wires. This wire needs to go from the ignition coil's "+" to the HEI "B" pin.
4: Another wire needs to go from the coil's + pin (OR hei "B" pin) to the top wire on the 3-pin distributor plug wire (solid blue).
5: Now you need a wire going from the "-" input on the external coil to the HEI "C" pin.
6: Then, you need a wire from the coil's - pin (OR hei "C" pin) to be routed to the 3-pin distributor plug's bottom wire (solid red).
7: Lastly, you'll need to rig the tachometer to work. In order to do this, use a self-tapping terminal on the #6 wire you just hooked up. Cut this new wire in half and shove a 1000-ohm resistor (1/2 Watt) inside of it. I TIGHTLY wrapped electrical tape over the resistor and two-wires that the resitor is shoved in so it won't fall out. If you do it this way, use wire loom to cover the electrical tape and sheild it from too much heat. (see picture to right to see how I did mine)
NOTE: USE A RESISTOR for the tach signal, if you do not, you will burn out your tachometer in no time. The stock ignition coil has a 1k-ohm resistor built in for this purpose.
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