Question about Ford F-250
There are not a lot of wires to a coil.
There normally is a power wire from the ignition switch (or ECU relay) to the + side of the coil.
Then there is the switching side that goes to ground, through either the distributor points on an older car, or an ECU on a newer one.
This ground side can also have a tach lead and a condenser wire.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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