Hello all, Guys, I have a 1986 Bayliner Capri with the Volvo Penta 2.1. It seems to be that the ignition coil will get entirely to hot and blow the fuse in the fuse block. (25amp)I replaced the coil with a Duralast 12 volt that looked like the one that came off the boat. (Except it was Bosch). With the new coil, the motor fires and runs fine but (dosent idle but thats a diffrent problem) yesterday I had it cranked, today, without changing anything...nothing. The motor will not crank even with starting fluid. The coil has 3 wires attached. Purple to positive terminal, Grey/White to neg. terminal, and ofcourse the main to the dis. cap center. I guess my question is this, what the heck is the proper wiring for a standard ignition coil so I can rewire from scratch. Something must be shorting out. This is the 3rd coil I have replaced. The Claymers manual dosent say what terminal goes to what wire.(eg. grey to neg. purple to pos.) The manual states that the ground is grounded and the Grey and the purple are on the same terminal. I have all new NGK plugs and the rotor looks good. But have on order, new breaker points, dis. cap, plug wires, and rotor just in case. But the motor ran with out all of this. Thanks for any help guys!!!!