If I want to eliminate the shunt, I can convert the ammeter to voltimeter using the '76 or later voltimeter I'll look into on how to convert it to voltimeter since I think the '76 or later do not have shunt, please correct me if I am wrong. Some pics of me removing the bracket. The + side of the coil has 4 wires connected to it. Contact us at prospero colorwiringdiagrams. Legends in their own right, early Datsun Z examples are regularly showing up in venues previously unheard of, such as the Barrett-Jackson auction and the Classic Motorsports Mitty. If I leave the battery hooked up, should I cut the wires below the fusible link box and measure across those? To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.
I have seen gauges that come with their own wiring and stuff and then I can hide that a little better. I may have damaged the module, I'll pick up a replacement one and test it when i get the chance. Luckily, I have a daily. I got a voltmeter and this weekend am going to play around and see if which of the sides shows power when I disconnect the link. Other thoughts on reading this diagram? With key on and while cranking? The car will never shut off, if it did start. If your red is not a Courtesy Nissan red you could have some burnt components. So, I just got back from work.
Edited November 16, 2009 by saridout adding image Hello. I'm working on a modification to the printer that will fix this problem. I am just not good at wiring. Bigger sometimes is indeed better! Okay so I have searched. Can anyone comment on this? If you have questions about your classic Datsun, pop in on the and chat with the friendly Datsun experts! You currently have 0 posts. The problem is that apparently I wired something wrong because my car isn't starting.
Once you've got that figured out you can just cut those on out, slap in your maxifuse holder and be rid of those fusible links. Make sure the stock igntion module is disconnected, and the wire ends insulated. That's the important one, I believe. Switched my R and G wires and Tried it. The Courtesy Nissan link seems to tell the story.
Other than the link that's just been redone with new connectors, I'd say that's how it came from the factory. The only real problem is you just need to figure out which to cut and put into the distribution block. There is not that much information on the exact subject but I took a look at some diagrams and it isn't that hard to grasp. Mine are still sore from trying to figure out how the mechanical voltage regulator was wired. If so, the red won't give the protection the brown was designed for.
You currently have 0 posts. Not affected by ignition switch position? This most current 7th edition is copyrighted 2004. So is the Fusible link box have the wires not coming into it matched with the jumper wires? However, knowing that many of us are going half blind with age, a wonderful user named Blue has something to help! You currently have 0 posts. You'll save yourself loads of time and headaches by benefiting from the author's years of knowledge and experience in doing these conversions. I for some reason when I was looking around thought I didn't have the wire either. The - side of the coil has two wires connected to it.
As for the wiring, I just assume Nissan decided to change the way that was wired when it came to the 76 model year, as with the fact that they added 2 more fusible links. So then I know which one is good and which one I can remove? Also, I found that I had a hard time starting the car when I had the red and green wires backwards. That should tell me which one is sending power into the fusible link. I will have to go down to Nissan and see what they have for links. Did the engine run before? Installed a new module and it was back to normal. As far as a wire directly from the starter on the 75 there is only one, and it one of the white wires coming from the alternator black link. .
I am getting random sparks on ignition on and no spark while cranking. This new condition softbound book has over 200 pages. It would run, it just wouldn't start. Yutaka Katayama, now lovingly cared for by his longtime personal assistant, Ms. Have you checked voltages at each terminal? Or do I need to keep both of those wires? Unless the previous owner did a heck of a job splicing the wires and nicely wrapping them back into the harness it should be quite obvious if it's been modified or not.