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Unread 09-22-2013, 06:40 PM   #1
slimshadie
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1980 CJ5 
 
Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: needville, tx
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350 tbi in a cj 5

I recently purchased a 80 cj 5 which has a tbi chevy 350 in it. it has somekind of a woodward control module in it. I rerouted all the wiring of the module, relocated it under the hood and installed gauges in it.
I have recently experienced it running very bad and dying. I have no kind of manuel for the adjustments for this device or the wiring diagrahm
I also replaced the plugs and wires and the accell coil and cap.
any help will be appreciated of how to get this jeep running smoothly and wired correctly.
I now have the elect fuel pump relay wired to a switched 12 vold. it should have a trigger wire from a ecm somewhere

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