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My melodies in motion batteries were rusted and the wires came off clean them but need to know what wire goes where.Ed G

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if its a v8,,the fire ring order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2-,,drivers side,looking at side of motor from fender,,left is # 1-# 3-# 5-# 7,going left to right,,passenger side looking from fender at motor,,first plug right side #2 # 4 # 6 # 8,going right to felt,,hope it helped,,,

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It depends on the year model of the truck. Most have 3 wires. The large one to the battery, the second one feeds battery current to the wiring harness. And the third goes to the small bolt to activate the starter.

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One of those wires should go to your engine block.

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