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Reconnecting wires to starter

My son took off his starter and replaced it with a new one. He is not sure which wires go where. Can you help?

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  • boatdrinques Aug 07, 2008

    but there are 2 big bolts???

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All the wire you got they all got a big therminal with big hole that goes on the big bolt on the starter and the one that has a small therminal goes on the litlle bolt to the front of bumper hope it fix for you and a fixya for my rating thank you pierre p.s if you have any other question dont hesitate

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  • pierre laplante Aug 08, 2008

    the one bolt thats got no wire to connect all our wire there plus the little one that its left

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