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Old 08-18-2005, 02:27 PM   #1
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I was wondering, I have a 92 ssei with the 3 coil pack setup. I bought an Accel Super Stock performance coil. My question is how do I wire the Accel coil to the ignition. Would the Accel have to be the primary ignition or could I run the Accel to the stock coil packs(3) to produce extra spark and how would I wire it. Any info would be helpful or if someone has a pic that I could go by. Thanks in advance

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You cannot use the single coil setup. Get your money back. You must use 3 individual coils. Accel makes them for our cars, but they're far worse in quality and performance than the GM coils. MSD makes a much better replacement than Accel.
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