1. Ftailefer

    Ftailefer Newbie

  2. A Spooky Ghost

    A Spooky Ghost Loyal Comrade

    Ok, #1 is the points and condensers, which if you have a Newer car(with a black box on the fender-near the coils-means you DO NOT have #1). You have electronic ignition called EBZA-part of this is the top right picture...

    If no black box, you have #1. You will need to clean the points, a little file, or piece of sand paper will work fine.

    #2 This may be 12v+ when the key is turned on(not certain).

    #3 Looks to be the Ignition/Key switch.

    So if you have that little black box on the fender, try checking for ground near coils(clean some terminals). Also you could peek inside the round cover(beside the passenger wheel) and look to make certain there is a ignition of some type, and how the wires are.

    With a volt meter, and key on check for 12v at terminal 15 on the coils, and ground.(this means you have power.) Try checking the fuses... See if the lights, wiper, horn work.
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2020
  3. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    I think #2 must be ground; wouldn't power come through the ignition switch (#3) ? It's gonna be confusing until you figure out whether you have electronic ignition or points.
  4. A Spooky Ghost

    A Spooky Ghost Loyal Comrade

    I think #2 is hot, since it connects to terminal 15, which is key on +. I might be wrong on this.
  5. Ftailefer

    Ftailefer Newbie

    Thank you very much. I do have a EBZA so that helps. I was confused as I could not find those wires or where that was going. I will give it a shot and let you know the results. Looking forward to getting it running even though won’t be driving it for 2-3 months at best.
  6. kev the builder

    kev the builder Loyal Comrade

    check and clean the earths onto the coils
  7. kev the builder

    kev the builder Loyal Comrade

    also dont leave the ignition on for very long when the engines not running as it can damage the ebza

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