Hello all: I have read a lot off of here so far and I still want to make sure that I am going to do it right. I have gathered the dizzy from the 84 fj60, the ignitor - coil unit, and the side cover with the dent. I got as much wiring as possible (I was surprised so see so much vacuum hoses on this dizzy). There is one on top, three on the side of this dizzy, off the vacuum port (are they all for the advance?). Where do they all go, my 77 has vacuum tubing hooked up to it but is it the right kind of advance for this year (77). I will try to upload pics for everyone to see. I also have some questions with the ignitor - coil unit. I have a flamethrower coil unit from Marks Offroad (I tried to put in a magnetic relay instead of the point relay and got too comlicated when I could not find the model number off the Jacobs Computer Ignition aftermarket unit so the wiring is confusing, I put the points back in and now it won't work so that is why I am here at this point.) It is a 1.5 ohm unit I believe and want to use it in this application, was the old coil from the 84, stock unit coil, a 1.5 ohm? I will try to figure out the wiring too, seems like it should go easy but when I look at all the wiring I still have a question or two. I know I need to hook up the black wire/yellow stripe to the ignition power, there was another wire hooked on to this wire that went to a small black box with a small triangle on it with the numbers 90980-04038 then it had 250/0.47 E. This was grounded to the body, it had another wire coming out of it that was black that grounded to the body also. I guess this is the part that keeps the unit from frying when/if you leave the key on. Another wire came off of the negative terminal from the coil, have no idea what this is. Last but not least is there is a wire coming out of the coil that goes to a green connector (goes in white and comes out of the green connector black), if I am not mistaken is this for the tach. or what is this for and where does it go if I am wrong. Everything else looks good as soon as I take out the Jacobs (I will give this away if anyone wants it, I don't think I fried it). I have read coolerman's stuff and still had these questions. I know this is long but what I have noticed is that the more detailed you get on MUD you get a better answer (eventually). Everyone seems to be very helpful and insightful. I am happy to get this running again and my wife is very happy to get this out of her way.