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Old 04-10-2012, 10:06 AM   #1
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Voltage regulator/ ignition module/ starter relay.

Hey there
No matter what i search i can not find a diagram with both the voltage regulator, ignition module, and starter relay in the same picture.
My problem is that i ordered an EZ 21 circuit, and i cant figure out how these all connect to each other along with the coil and the new wiring. If anyone has any info on this that could help me, please let me know.
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Old 04-10-2012, 12:27 PM   #2
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they aren't "connected together", and I sorta doubt a wiring diagram would clear it up for you...

what problem do you have specifically? one circuit that is supposed to supply power to all of those on a single fuse? A pigtail harness that says to attach to all?

technically, you could split a single circuit into four lines and supply all 4 components with power that way, which would sort of be connecting them together (in a weird sort of way).

pics?

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I finally got her working by looking at the next years diagram. Its a 73 cj5 304 but I had to look at the 74 304v8
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