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Starter instalation put in different starter, but cant remember what wires go where . where can i get a free diagram and instructions to print online so that i can get my car running...1994 chevy lumina euro 3.1L car..

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You should only have 3 wires going to the starter there will be a large black wire possably with a red end, a thiner red wire and a thinner purple wire

the thin purple wire is the trigger wire and goes on the small post on the starter solenoid. \
the thin red and thick black/red will get tied in together on the larger post on the starter solenoid

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