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extra wire

I was instaling a msd box in my 79 sc 911 and have came up with a extra wire at the fuse block in the engine compartment. I know that the top fuse has a fat red wire on the front and blank on rear the middle is red in the fornt and rear and the bottom blue with yellow strip in the front and red in the back but I have a thin red with white stipe that I dont rember taking off. Can anyone tell me were this wire's home is at thanx

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I don't have the MSD wiring close; but,
the fat red MSD is constant on,
the thin red MSD is triggered on
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not the msd box. the msd box is ok, it is the fuse block
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not the msd box. the msd box is ok, it is the fuse block
Oh !

maybe it's the 30 wire that goes to the eng blower relay from the fuse ?

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