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Putting the wires back on starter motor for transit mk6

I need to identify the wiring on the starter motor

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Does anyone have a wiring diagram for transit 2.5 r reg what wire goes on what on the starter ??

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    Does anyone have a wiring diagram for transit 2.5 r reg what wire goes on what on the starter ??

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SOURCE: NEED A PICTURE OF THE STARTER SOLENOID CONNECTED

the top two wires dont matter a solenoid is just a switch when you send juice to the solenoid via the small wire it connects the two on the top

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SOURCE: Diagram of Location of a Starter Motor on Ford Transit 2002/2003

i have a 2001y reg transit tipper and i think the starter motor is going when i go to start it like grinds then some times it starts perfect

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SOURCE: STARTER MOTOR WIRING

The wires with the large loops go on the big terminal. The purple wire likely is the one with the smaller loop that goes on the right terminal (facing the solenoid). That is ith trigger wire from the ignition key.Do not permit the wires from either terminals to touch.

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SOURCE: Transit wiring diagram

'98 ford transit van 2 ltr petrol tacho wire which colour wire is it in dash board if some one knows it will be great. thks phil

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