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2 connectors on the low voltage side of the coil by Yannsky
Started on: 12-19-2014 11:44 PM
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Hi all

I was removed piece from a gt 86 and there 2 connectors on the low voltage side of the coil pack. On my 87 2.8 i only have one connector.

Is it a new feature on the 87, like they combine 2 thing in one or the previous owner modified it?

If 2 connectors are necessary what should be plug with what?

Thanks

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You will have to determine if your coil is 'stock' or something different, but they generally look like this, even with an aftermarket coil. I don't think the wiring changed between '86 and '87.

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Originally posted by Gall757:
You will have to determine if your coil is 'stock' or something different, but they generally look like this, even with an aftermarket coil. I don't think the wiring changed between '86 and '87.

All V6 use same HEI coil and wiring from factory.
blk connection to ICM
gray to tack and power

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