Sunray wrote:Okay, so when the key is in the on position or running, all the coils need power going to them. You can get that power shared from the power source you used for pin 8 on the Edis module.
If you are using a ford tower coil then this power needs to go to the middle pin or wire.
Then the coils or side of the coil that has the #1 and #4 plug wires attached gets connected to pin 10 on the edis module, the coil or side of coil that has cylinders #2 and #3 get connected to pin 12.
The edis module works by supplying ground to your coils and taking the ground away to fire them.
Did that make sense to you?
BOBLOOK wrote:Nice update carlos keep it up That shop restore classic and hot rod custom look like american hotrod tv show
Drako11 wrote:Ya man!! Looking great!! : D Totally jealous of your fab shop job!! Can't wait to see this project done and rolling on the streets
hemilove wrote:76mustard wrote:NICE!!!
well thank you Mr. mustard im tring to get this thig going on the road so i can get started on my other project
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