Question about Dodge Pickup
Hi, from what I can tell, your solenoid sits on the starter. Is this not true? I will assume it's true, but if not please get back to me. I can explain it either way depending on what hardware is involved.
When the solenoid is on the starter, the big hot lead from the battery attaches to the top post of the solenoid. The start wire that throws the solenoid runs from the starter relay to the smaller start terminal of the solenoid. The large negative terminal of the solenoid connects directly to the starter winding thru the starter case, which is all grounded together. It is connected to the engine ground by virtue of the starter being bolted to the transmission.
If you have any questions at all, please let me know.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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