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Mf 235 wiring diagram starter solenoid

Can someone email me a copy of starter solenoid wiring diagram

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well you have several options you can go to a dealship and have them copy the diagram for you(i do this all the time) or you can purchase a repair manual at Napa or Oreilly's for around 20 bucks. it has diagrams and schematics in it. it also has alot of instructions in it so you can do repairs yourself. By the way i'm surprised that the mechanic doesn't have these diagrams himself. I was wandering why it won't start after you changed the plugs and wires could it be that maybe the firing order is wrong. i've done that myself a time or 2. double check the the plug wires to make sure they are in the right spot. if the problem is it won't crank. chances are you have a loose ground. please rate this..thanks

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SOURCE: solenoid wiring

there is a larger wire and a smaller one that goes to the bigger bolt on it and it should be a red smaller wire that goes on the smaller one if u want email me at

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the battery cable should be on one post and the fusible links should be on the same post. the other post should be the starter cable only

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there should be a slot for each wire on back of ignition play with them till you get it right cant hurt anything

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SOURCE: i changed the solenoid in my 97 ford explorer and


this is the wiring of the basic starter motor , it may have small diffences but the logic is there...

hope this one helps.... :)

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