I am trying to determine how the noise suppressor/capacitor, mounted adjacent to the coil (see image) is wired up. My 1978 260Z coupe's noise suppressor has in-line wires (see image), coloured blue and black. The blue one with the spade connector is connected to one of the coil terminals (negative I think), but the black one with the bullet-type connector was disconnected and tucked in under the coil. There doesn't seem to be an obvious location as to where the black lead would terminate, so perhaps there is something missing on my car. I had a look at the internet pictures of the recently auctioned low-mileage260Z and grabbed the attached screenshot, but that only seems to illustrate where the blue wire goes, which is the same as on my car (they are about the same age vehicle). I have seen some cars with a single wire suppressor, and some with no suppressor, but there appear to be three OEM noise suppressor numbers, so presumably there are variants. I think the suppressor on my car is original and I am trying to keep the car stock. If anyone is able to assist, please, perhaps with a photograph that would be greatly appreciated? Thanks.