A - Unused
B - Engine Ground (needed do not omit)
C - Unused
D - Lt. Green - To C500 E1 - To back up lights
E - Unused - Unless your switch does not have a large purple wire that runs to the starter, If it doesn't have the direct wire to the starter then this position gets the large purple wire to the starter solenoid.
F - Dk Blue - C500 E2 - Switched power from the fuse box (The switch connects pins F & D when in reverse)
G - Large Yellow wire - C500 A4 - Starter control from the switch.
* C500 terminal designations are for an 84.
85 - 88 wire differently.
Are you using relays to power the 4.9? Otherwise how are you powering your circuits? Are you adding a power distribution post or will you continue to use the positive battery terminal as the power distribution post?
[This message has been edited by phonedawgz (edited 06-08-2014).]