E50 puch!!! Two brown wires coming from ignition coil

So there is two brown wires coming from the ignition coil. I know that ones for grounding the coil but what’s the other one for?

I’m thinking it’s from grounding the accessories like lights and horn? Can some confirm this with me

Yea I know, I probably should know this but this is actually my first time setting up a stock ignition.

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Re: E50 puch!!! Two brown wires coming from ignition coil

Ground for stuff. Lots of stuff. All your stuffs.

Re: E50 puch!!! Two brown wires coming from ignition coil

That^ and the second wire is coming from Ground , not the coil .

Re: E50 puch!!! Two brown wires coming from ignition coil

Thanks guys! Mopedarmy actually came thrue this time.

Pd always a pleasure talking to another human

Re: E50 puch!!! Two brown wires coming from ignition coil

Yes , Siri , Cortana and their ilk still seem too 'canned' .

Human communication to another is full of connotations and inferences not quite captured by computers . ;)

These forums are limiting in that^ respect , so we should be a bit careful of what we type ... how we word what we want to convey .

Way too many here must think it fun to make everyone work to figure out what they think they are saying . :(

What the heck , it's just mopeds . Right ?

Re: E50 puch!!! Two brown wires coming from ignition coil

> P D Wrote:

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> Yes , Siri , Cortana and their ilk still seem too 'canned' .

>

> Human communication to another is full of connotations and inferences

> not quite captured by computers . ;)

>

> These forums are limiting in that^ respect , so we should be a bit

> careful of what we type ... how we word what we want to convey .

>

> Way too many here must think it fun to make everyone work to figure out

> what they think they are saying . :(

>

> What the heck , it's just mopeds . Right ?

Well my grammar is bad....so sorry

Dirt Dillion can confirm this!

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