yeah so , it took a bit longer
Hope you are ready for some crapy pictures
please read what I say and ignore the colours coz I used what I had at the moment.
Also please excuse the bad connections and mess - its all temporary
First of all, you have a GREEN/BLACK, a WHITE/BLACK and a WHITE cable .
...colours make no difference.
- on the 12V of your coil, connect the GREEN/BLACK cable :
Then look for a set of 2 relays - fuel pump relay - that should be next to the battery and look like this:
the other end of the same GREEN/BLACK cable that leaves from your 12V of your coil, should end up here:
as you can see, there is an ORANGE thin cable that comes out of the same pin.
Scrape the red wire and attach it there.
Dont get confused, you arent using any of the Sud's wiring yet.
- On the NEGATIVE of your coil, connect the WHITE AND WHITE/BLACK cables :
The other end of the thicker one of those two - which I believe is the plain WHITE - goes to the WHITE cable that comes out of the left side injector plugs (and where the coil of the 33 should be ):
again, dont get confused that you see a GREEN/BLACK cable there - that's just me using whatever to extend the cable to where I wanted it to go.
The other white/black thin cable that leaves from your coil's negative, is used for your rev meter, so never mind that now.
That's got your coil all sorted - so NO you arent using any of the Sud's current coil wiring and you are using a 33 coil.
To get you a step further, this is how to connect your fuel pump:
I'm taking that you arent using the stock fuel pump, but in either case, the connection is the same and it will bring 12v to your fuel pump when ignition is on, then stop after 3 seconds and then start working again while you are cranking
Find the plug of the fuel pump - it has a PINK and PINK/WHITE cable (i'm sure you will love working with those
and it looks like this :
the PINK/WHITE cable goes on the (+) of your fuel pump, the (-) of your fuel pump should be connected to chassis, and the PINK wire that comes from plug, goes to any 12V ACC current (that gives you 12V when you turn the ignition on).
I connected it on the ignition switch - cant remember what colour that is, but you can easily find out with a tester