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Thread: 71 Engine wiring Question

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    71 Engine wiring Question

    I'm wiring up a 71 T engine and have a blue and yellow wire going to coil #15 location as shown in schematic. However, there is another blue and yellow wire with same size eye connector that looks like it should also go to the same coil position but I do not see this on my schematic. Can anyone confirm?

    Many thanks in advance for the help.
    John Schiavone


    356 Cab, 66 911, 914-6, 550-Beck, 981 Cayman, 54 MV Agusta Dustbid

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    John, evidently your 71 has a 70 wiring setup, must be an early 71 because you still have the tach "intermediate" unit, so yes there are two blue/yellow wires to #15 of the coil. One goes to terminal A of the CD box, and one goes to term. B of the intermediate unit.
    Early S Registry member #90
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    Many thanks Ed, this site is a GREAT resource. Much appreciated!

    John Schiavone


    356 Cab, 66 911, 914-6, 550-Beck, 981 Cayman, 54 MV Agusta Dustbid

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