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Baterry wont charge

Had my starter changed and now battery wont charge. Found double red wire near the starter not hooked up. Looks like it maybe it is supossed to be connected to starter

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You just found your problem. the main wire or hot wire is the one which kicks up the starter when the key is turned.

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