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Where can i get a picture of a hooked up starter relay on a 1994

Someone has taken the wires off and dont know how they go back

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Http://www.expertvillage.com/video/94903_starter-solenoid-electronics.htm

This will take you step-by-step (video) through all starter related items.

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