MOPAR BALLAST RESISTOR WIRING DIAGRAM
Mopar Performance Electronic Ignition Kit Instructions
Mopar Performance Electronic Ignition Kit Instructions PAGE 1 of 10 Instruction Sheet DCF-194CC MOPAR PERFORMANCE ELECTRONIC IGNITION KIT with VACUUM ADVANCE DISTRIBUTOR Part Numbers P3690426, P3690427 & P3690428 This package includes a vacuum advance distributor, wiring harness, electronic control unit (ECU), ballast resistor and wiring
Bypassing ballast resistor | For A Bodies Only Mopar Forum
Dec 16, 2013The only wire that is of any use to you is the brown wire with the loop to 2 terminals at the ballast resistor connector. No need to cut and splice anything else. Remove the Chrysler ignition module and ballast resistor. Ignore all the original wires, (except the brown wire at the ballast resistor connector), including the original coil wiring.
Replacing electronic ignition completely in 1970s-1980s
How to wire mid-1970s through mid-1980s ignition systems / Retrofitting electronic ignition on vehicles that originally had points. By Vince Spinelli of spinellicreations. If you buy the Mopar Performance electronic ignition system, it comes with extensive instructions, wiring diagrams, and other information.
Chrysler Electronic Ignition - fourforty
The other important component of the electronic ignition system is the ballast resistor. It should be checked with an ohm meter and should have 1.2 ohms of resistance. Typically, a failure of the ballast resistor will result in the engine starting, but then dying as
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