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Does the armature have keyed power?

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SOURCE: 94 chevy g20 wire diagram colum 12 v hot

Power from battery is the Red wire, both are to battery one usually to Bat 2 and the other to Bat 3 on connector

Tan/white is ground
Dk Blue/White is ground for cluster without gauges
Orange goes to ignition 3
Yellow goes to solenoid
pink ignition 1
Brown is accessory

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Need repair manual for Komatsu D85C-12 36551 and up


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I have a 2002 Pontiac gran prix. Power to lights,radio- but will not make any sound or attempt to start when turning key. Smells like burnt wires under hood?


I would check the starter relay/fuse and wiring to the starter. With the key in the crank position (someone holding it there) see if power makes it to the starter solenoid or the relay . BBB Industries have wiring diagrams online under Technical at no charge.

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Check if the small wire on the starter has power with the key held in crank position. If battery voltage there, either bad battery cables or connections, or the starter solenoid has a malfunction. If no power when key held in start, it could be the safety switch (a clutch interlock switch on manual transmissions, or a park/neutral switch on automatics). You may need a wiring diagram to see the start circuit from ignition switch to the starter solenoid-some have a start relay in that circuit.
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94 chevy g20 wire diagram colum 12 v hot


Power from battery is the Red wire, both are to battery one usually to Bat 2 and the other to Bat 3 on connector

Tan/white is ground
Dk Blue/White is ground for cluster without gauges
Orange goes to ignition 3
Yellow goes to solenoid
pink ignition 1
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2008 grand marquis door locks just stopped working both in car and key pod. Power trunk stopped also. fuse ok.


Hello fellow Grand Marquis owner...

Fuses 2 and 9 in the central junction box protect this system.

There is a thing called the 'Driver Door Module' (DDM) that controls both the things that you are having trouble with.

If you want to test this module, a voltmeter will be necessary. The wiring diagram is available from Chilton either in a manual (which you should be able to borrow from a library), or online (if your library has the ChiltonLibrary available to you... you'll need a library card).

On the module, check for +12 volts on pins 10, 11, and 22. Check for ground on pins 23 and 24.

Working with the diagram is definitely the way to go.

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2002 hyundai Santa fe will not start. I turn key and starter turned for 3 seconds then stopped and now when i turn key NOTHING. I hear a circuit sound in back of car when i turn key but no other sound. ...


Definitely a starting system problem. That sound you hear in the back is the fuel pump.

Starting system circuit components (besides wiring harness)
1. Ignition Key Switch - closes the starter relay control circuit to energize the relay and close the contacts inside the relay (you can check this by locating the relay in the underhood fuse/relay box and have a friend turn the key while you listen/feel if the relay 'clicks'
2. Starter Relay or its Contacts
3. Starter Solenoid - pushes/pulls the starter gear into the engine's flywheel ring-gear and its contacts close to provide battery power to the starter itself.
4. Starter itself - poor brush contact with the armature's commutator will prevent the starter to spin/turn

If you are 'Electrically' talented, you can check to see if you're getting battery power to the starter solenoid by using a simple 12 volt test light/bulb. Connect one lead to the starter solenoid terminal and the other to chassis/engine ground and have a buddy turn the ignition key - if the light turns 'ON', then you know that particular circuit is OK but the starter solenoid is not energizing to push the starter gear into the flywheel ring-gear to turn the engine over. If it doesn't, the problem is elsewhere (wiring, starter relay, starter relay control circuit, etc).

You can have a qualified Hyundai Service Technician properly diagnose your vehicle. OR, you can Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #.. you'll then have access to wiring diagrams, shop manuals, service bulletins, illustrations, etc.

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That makes no sense to me, a vacuum operated distributor has the same single (primary) wire to the coil.

If you changed to an H.E.I. distributor then you need to find a good 12 volt key-on only source to run it, (hot only when key is in the run position and no voltage in the accessory position), and it should be at least a 12 ga. wire, you do not need or can no longer use the original power supply wires to the coil because the original resistor wire will not provide enough power flow to properly saturate the coil.

There is really not a lot of wiring on that vehicle, and you should put it into a loom and keep it out of the way if you do not want it. If you choose to return it to a stock condition later on, you will find it is not an easy task to repair or replace that older wiring. Keep it and hide it, you will not regret it later.

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Starter activates when battery wire connected and starter is grounded to frame with or without solenoid wire connected. No short between posts on new starter. Only does it when the power source is from the...


sounds like you are hooking up the starter wrong. the positive goes to the starter main terminal from the battery. the ignition wire goes to the s on the solenoid, which activates 12 volts when the ignition switch is turned on which causes a magnetic field
inside the solenoid and joins the connectors
in the solenoid to the main positive wire from the
battery to the main starter unit brushes/armature inside the starter unit. If you have a constant
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