VW BUS COIL WIRING
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Jim responded - Yes, the wire runs directly from Fuse #12 to the (+) terminal on the coil. You can route it along the tunnel under the mats. Drill a hole through the package shelf in the back or, better, under the back seat, go through the grommet for the battery cable. That will get you under the engine and then you can run it up to the coil.
How to Check an Ignition Coil on an Aircooled Volkswagen
Click to view3:24Aug 30, 2010How to Check an Ignition Coil on an Aircooled Volkswagen Beetle. Before checking the ignition coil, ensure there is 12V going to the terminal 15 on the coil. Note: Terminal 15 is positive, terminal 1 is negative. 87%(54)Views: 84K1. Be sure to have a fire extinguisher nearby!2. Use extreme caution.3. Pull the wire out of the center of the distributor with a rubber handled pair of pliers, and hold it about 1/4" from the metal clips that holds..4. Have someone crank over the engine. There should be a nice blue spark that goes from the end of the wire you pulled out of the center of the cap..5. Use an Ohmmeter to test the coil. Remove all the wires taken off the terminals of the coil attach the positive and negative, red and black, wire..
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15 - Typically will connect BLACK wire, is used for on IGNITION live circuits, such things as the Coil and Windscreen wipers will connect to this 31, 31b - Nearly always BROWN wire, is used primarily for earthing a circuit 85, 86, 87, 87a - Typically seen on a Low Current/ High Current Trigger Circuit, normally will be on heated window on VW's