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Ignition module wiring on 85 f150

Hello; I have installed a 85 5.0 into a 93 ford ranger but im having trouble wiring up the ignition module. I have the coil and the distributer wired ok. I just need to now how to wire my hot and ground. The module has two other plugs with two wires each one plug has a green and a black wire. The other has a red and a white wire. Could use some help on this. Thanks; Steve.

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    you asked me to test for power and ground at the pcm to see if the pcm is ok but I do not no which wire numbers are power and which ones are ground so I need to no what wire numbers are what

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    does the red wire go on the left or rightside

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    the positive side of the battery has three wires two red one black the Black wire gets very hot when car is running

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The red wire goes to constant hot and the white wire is on the key on/off. The green is a tach signal and the black is ground.

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