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1989 Firebird 2.8 If you are looking at the abck of the starter where does the single wire go right or left side?

I have a 1989 Firebird 2.8 engin, my son took off the starter, and I replaced it, however I am not sure what side looking from the back of the starter, where the on single wire goes on.

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Facing the solenoid on the starter, the small (trigger) wire goes to the terminal on the right.Be careful that it does not touch the larger battery terminal and remember, the cover on the solenoid is plastic...tighten too much and you can break it.

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