I would have to create this wire and run it from the relay to the fog lights if I understand correctly? Also, the wiring to the fog lights requires a wire from the bulkhead terminal block on the firewall, is it similar to the original one and can you provide a pic of it? Thanks, Chip Okay, the wiring diagram from Painless is more correct. Circuit diagram painless wiring harness diagram jeep cj7 moreover additionally iv ub additionally cj painless wiring harness diagram of painless wiring diagrams moreover cj amc rear including wiring diagram furthermore jeep tachometer along with steering column automotive engine harness heater cable cherokee ment into car wire classic wagoneer fuse box fuel gauge along with ja as well as hotchkiss jeep wiring diagram wire center dimmer switch series diagrams search sathya wrangler wiper headlight relay harness pontiac bonneville connector alternator frame led ment as well as how works together with fsj wiringdiagrampage moreover jeep cj wiring diagram jeep circuit wiring diagrams regarding jeep cj wiring diagram as well as painless wiring diagram best of trendy painless wiring harness diagram jeep cj cj wiring diagram of painless wiring diagram h yi e f y p n fpm as well as office p sacked fired jobs wage packet jwe low Painless Wiring Harness Diagram Jeep Cj7 Comments and Responses on Wiring diagrams, engine problems, fuse box, electrical diagram, transmission diagram, radiator diagram, exhaust system, suspension diagram. Do you think that's a good solution? It has about 10 wires going in to it. Hope to someday soon myself. How do I identify the pos + and neg - terminals on the ignition coil? From what I can tell, everything is stock on the 258 engine.
Thanks for your membership and I'm also certain your in the right place Thanks for the pictures. This should help you determine which way the coil is oriented. What do you have for original harness wiring, and does the Painless have any provisions for tying this in? Can you possibly post a picture? These harnesses allow for the factory location of your module and coil, and are recommended if you are also replacing the chassis harness. When it blows I lose the fuel gauge, temp, and volt. Would I need to put a fuse in it somewhere since it would be bypassing the fuse block bulkhead connection? Do you have a fiberglass tub? I'm going to install a grounding terminal under the dash and run all grounds to it. Tear out that frayed, worn factory wiring and start fresh with one these Painless Ford wiring harnesses.
Wiring color code or symbols, wiring harness, radio and audio wiring, circuit diagram, light switch wiring diagram. Again this is if it is original. I have a wiring diagram and the diagrams in the Painless book. Sent from my iPad using Jeepz This is in Tennessee. If it is stock, the coil should look something like this from the top.
Will need to know what engine you got so,we can advise what's next if need be. No clutter of ignition control module , electronic control module thanks to Tennessee emissions laws and the charging system wiring will be clean too. My jeep has been yard art for the last 5 years. Sorry, I don't have the ability to link to the exact pages on this computer. The original wiring connection to the coil was a plastic piece that slid onto the terminals on the top of the coil. Another thing I thought it might be is a dealer added or perhaps aftermarket security box? Guess what the popular vote will be? We don't even have state inspections.
I'm fairly certain it's stock. They worked briefly then blew that fuse. I'm sure it will be recognized by one of us in our forum. Will need to know which engine. Certain you want a reliable jeep , wouldn't even bother with a Pertronix upgrade. Reuse the 4 wire plug that goes from the headlight switch and main harness. I'll let you know how it goes.
The terminals are offset as shown in the drawing and there is a ridge from the distributor coil wire as shown. No issues with that change. I see the ignition module with the 2 plugs 2 and 4 wires respectivly but this is a different box. Does the Painless harness have the additional white wire from the headlight switch plug? If the carburetor works ok and the engine can pull strong vacuum through it , will be ok for now but you may want to see what's available. Here is the diagram provided by Painless for the Duraspark system The big difference in the diagrams is how the starter solenoid is wired to the ignition module. Kits are pre-terminated for the following switches and accessories: Blower Motor, Wipers, Ignition, Headlight Switches, Dimmer, Brake Warning Light and Headlight Bulbs, Additional circuits include Electric Choke, Fuel Pump, Cooling Fan, Digital Radio Memory, Tach Power, Signal and Dash Light, Ignition Ballast Resistor, and Third Brake Light. A wiring harness is, first and foremost, engineering; Painless engineering assures you that your headlights shine, the blinkers blink, and the engine starts.
I just have no idea how to tie it into the painless harness. Thanks, Chip The orange wire in the harness comes from the fog light relay, it is fed from the white wire that used to connect to your headlight switch. So many Jeepz members have done resto's and own 'em that I'm certain the part will be identified. So this fuse would be providing the protection for the fog light circuit. This just throws more work for the guy doing the resto. Don't worry , forum members have been there , done that so not a problem. I'll have to check back to see what I found out on this.
As I said before, I am not familiar with the Painless product so I am not sure what kind of connectors they use at the plugs and firewall bulkhead. This is a drawing by Pav1 in reference to the post I was talking about: Basically what you need to do is use the existing harness, fog light switch, and fog light relay. What is it and can I just chuck it with a new wiring set up? I replaced both gauges, still nothing. As far as my fuse blowing, it is a 10 amp fuse. Sorry for all the questions, but I'm not familiar with the Painless harness, though I may be in the future if I don't find my factory one. Chip, The pics definitely help. Was very popular and once inexpensive.
Typically blowing fuses are not caused by a lack of grounding. None indicate the gooey box that is under the right front headlight. Let me know what you have and what Painless provides. It fit directly into the rest of the loom and plugged right up. The wiring for it would be similar to earlier jeeps. Now my only other thing is a fuse blowing problem but I'm pretty sure it's a bad ground.