[DML] ANSWERS TO MY SEVERAL ELECTRICAL QUESTIONS
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[DML] ANSWERS TO MY SEVERAL ELECTRICAL QUESTIONS



Thanks to all who responded, especially Dave D.,
 Bill R., and Greg.  Between everyone, I think I have
solved the melted wiring problem.

The single white/orange wire does indeed fasten to oil
pressure switch on the lower, drivers side engine
block, which turns the light off and on in the
instrument panel.

The relay is for the start resistor circuit.

And the white plug, which by the way 'does not' have a
black and white set of wires, but a black and "RED"
set of wires.  That was my mistake and the red wire
goes to a capacitor that is utilized in the idle speed
regulator/vacuum solenoid circuit.  As  some folks
noted, it was utilized on some cars and not on others.

Mike   TPS   1630



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