i will have to look in my book, i beleive one is 12v, one ground, one tach, and one to the computer. the cam sensor sends a signal to the comp and it takes over from there. i just can't remember if the computer supplies power or a ground reference signal to fire the coilhow is the wireing on your chevy truck.does it trigger off the coil.
I will take a stab at it, but this coil pack will need something to tell it when to fire (IE the stock computer.) You will still need a CPS (Crank Position Sensor) to tell something when to fire, and something to read that and send a signal to the coil to fire. The early electronic ignition systems like the 1970's Chrysler, of the recent work here with the 1980's Ford system are still a very basic electronic computer that just controls the spark. Newer modern coils are fired by much more complex computer systems. You may be able to use the coil pack, but it will just be replacing the standard round coil that was used for decades. The coil pack shown is not "smart" enough to fire with an input from a CPS alone.doesn,t any other electron wizzarts have anything to add to this .this could be everyones salvation.that owns a ssi that is.come on put your thinking caps on.
The idea behind the 2 pins was the longer pin works during cranking (engine starting) and the shorter pin would not send a signal until a higher RPM.I would have to assume that there are many 1970's to late 1980's simple electronic ignition systems that could be made to work. If the system uses a magnetic pick-up coil to read the fire point, the rest just needs to be wired properly to control and fire the spark. The coil pack is stupid really, it does not care how often it needs to fire, just tell it to fire and it will fire it. The pick up coil off the flywheel is what tells the control box when to fire. Now I will be honest, I am not 100% sure what the fly wheel need's both pins for with the replacement ignitions, or if it even reads the shorter pin. But If the flywheel was drilled, you should be able to put the auto ignition onto any motor by adding a flywheel pin. (unless the magneto magnet messes up the pick up sensor.
The magnets will not affect the pickup. Motorcycle/ATV engines have the stator under the flywheel & a trigger plate welded onto the outer of the flywheel, magnets just underneath.But If the flywheel was drilled, you should be able to put the auto ignition onto any motor by adding a flywheel pin. (unless the magneto magnet messes up the pick up sensor.