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Unread 07-17-2002, 08:51 PM   #1
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Ignition Annhilator Question

Ive been working on putting in this hp holley ignition annihlator system for about four hours now. I have everything hooked up, and now im stuck. I was wondering if anybody here has ever installed one of these and knows the correct way to hook up the wires to the distributor. I mean I dont know which color is the power, ground, and the tachometer. All i know is that the manual that comes with the annihilator to install it sucks. I appreciate any input, thanks ahead of time.

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