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Verify My Wiring Diagram

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  • Electrical: Verify My Wiring Diagram

    I have my electric fuel pump completely installed in my ‘63 Hawk with both plumbing the fuel line and wiring it per the attached diagram. Because I’m nervous about potentially screwing something up, I just wanted to verify with those of you who I consider experts, is this correct and will it work?Click image for larger version

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    Sorry, too small and sideways, can't help.

    UPDATE: I saved it, rotated it, and enlarged it, but now I can't read it. It must be Low Definition.

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ID:	1721678 Did you power it up from the ACC. Terminal of the Ignition Switch?

    That is the only way it will be positively DEAD when Ignition is OFF, and in ACC Mode you will be able to run it before firing the Engine without burning the Points or Ignition Module.
    Last edited by StudeRich; 08-08-2018, 04:25 PM.
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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    • #3
      Coloradohawk;

      I have the same problem that Rich has. Sideways and when turned and increased in size; I am unable to be sure of what I am seeing. It looks like you are using both the I and S terminals on the starter solenoid to go to the oil pressure switch.. That will not work as the I and S terminals are only powered when the key is turned to the start position. The fuel pump will only pump fuel when you are trying too start the car. The I terminal is usually unused or used to by pass the ignition coil doping resistor when the starter is energized.. That is the terminal I would use.
      I am not able to tell which terminals on the oil pressure switch is normally open or which is closed. The normally open terminal need power from your 6 amp fuse.
      It also looks like you left out the inertia switch.
      You should combine this page with your original.
      Ron

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      • #4
        fuel pump wiring

        Try this one


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        64 GT Hawk (K7)
        1970 Avanti (R3)

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        • #5
          Same problem. Unable to determine what terminals he is using on the starter solenoid. If he is using the I and S terminals on the starter solenoid; the pump not run once the engine is started..
          Ron

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ron Strasser View Post
            Unable to determine what terminals he is using on the starter solenoid.
            Ron
            Yes, it look like that's the case
            64 GT Hawk (K7)
            1970 Avanti (R3)

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              Click image for larger version

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              Yes, in the first post drawing I was using the I terminal on the starter solenoid. After doing some reading last night, I learned exactly what you are saying about using the I terminal, and will take that wire to the ignition switch. I have revised my drawing (hopefully more legible) to reflect this. Now, with everyone’s help, this should get everything running.
              The priming switch basically bypasses the oil pressure switch to run the pump, correct? Thanks everyone.

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