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I need a wiring diagram for the coil and distributor on a 1.8 ea81

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Yellow wire goes to the Negative coil terminal, Black/white wire goes to Postive coil terminal. I think this is what your asking?
It is funny you posted a question regarding Subaru Brats, I am currently restoring one at this time. Comment back if you need more help.

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  • sam walker Apr 15, 2012

    Hey GetMeOttaHere, i posted a question that you might be able to help me with. I am working on an 85 subaru brat. Can you help me figure out which wires go to the coil and distributor? Thanks!

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