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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THE BEST THING TO DO IS CUT THE THE 3 PRONG PLUG OFF WIRE AND REPLACE IT WITH THE 4 PRONG PLUG AND YOU WILL HAVE AN EARTH .
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
The wire to the carb bowl is a fuel shut-off solenoid. Needs battery voltage applied while the engine is starting/running. Your ignition switch will need a 'load' connection (battery voltage when 'ON' or 'START', off otherwise.
If your ignition switch is not suitable, you will have to rig something.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
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2 switches are to be mounted in the center area, where driver and passenger can reach the both of them. Dremel out a space and slip the switches in. They have locking tabs on the side for a snug fitment. You will find 4-5 wires on the bottom of the switch; 5 wires if your switch is illuminated. Connect the 12volt wire to either and ignition wire or a 12 volt constant source. It depends on if you only want the windows to work with the car on or if you wish them to operate always. Now connect the ground wire to chassis ground or the negative battery terminal. If your switch is illuminated, connect the illumination wire to the parking light positive wire on your vehicle. This will illuminate the switch whenever the lights are turned on. There are 2 wires left over, these are your window motor leads. On your window motor, there are 2 wires, usually green and blue. Take one wire and put it to 12 volts constant. The other wire and put it to chassis ground. This will move the window either up or down. Make a note of which color was on 12volts constant when the window goes up. On your switch, there are 2 wires left. One connected to the "up" part of the switch, the other connected to the "down". Whichever wire on the window motor was at 12 volts constant when the window rolled upwards, connect that to the "up" location wire on the switch. Connect the "down" wire from the switch to the other wire on the same motor. Repeat for the other switch. Installing the 3 switch is basically the same, except you must add a separate group of wires. Wire everything the same as above, just run 2 wires from the driver side to the passenger side. Connect the motor leads from the passenger switch from the driver door and the switch on the passenger door together. This will allow the two switches to operate together. Then wire the passenger door switch the same as the driver. You should be complete.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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