<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by davidpozzi:
You don't need the yellow wire from starter to coil. That wire on the origonal system is energized by the starter solenoid to provide 12v for starting only. Your new starter doesn't have that circut.
If you were to use the single small terminal you have, voltage would feed back to the starter and it would run every time you turned your ignition switch to "ON".
Best way to bypass the resistor wire is to come off the IGN plug socket in the fuse box inside. Then run the wire to the coil.
Second way is to pull the old resistor wire from the firewall plug and plug in a new GM terminal with solid wire on it. I've heard this is not as easy as it sounds due to the anti-corrosion grease and sealers used by GM.
I did pull old resistor wire from firewall plug and put in a new GM terminal w/ solid wire. Now this goes to the distributor, while the 10 ga purple wire from ign switch goes to the starter, right? No other wires needed?