Question about Chevrolet C1500
Unless they cut the wires you shouldn't need a diagram. There are only two places to put them and both posts are radically different sizes.One takes a 5/16 wrench and the other takes 1/2 or 9/16. Just hook them up by their sizes. The small one goes on the inside terminal of the solenoid. Be careful tightening it because you can twist the end off and that can't be repaired. The rest go on the center post. Be sure to clean all the terminals before you put them on, bare shiny metal. It could save you a lot of grief later on.
If the wires were cut, the one for the inside of the solenoid would be the smallest guage wire, probably purple, but I have seen it other colors. The wires going to the center post will be a heavier guage wire and should all be red or pink.There should be at least 2 and they both will have a black pljug about 8 inches or so back from the starter. These are fusible links. They may be together on 1 terminal end but I have seen them separated. Hope this helps.
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