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I need a wiring diagram for starter solinoid on a 1989 ford f150

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Don't have a wiring diagram for you , but i'll try to explain. starting with heavy gage cables---one goes to battery positive--the other heavy cable goes to starter bolt on back of bendix or 3/8 stud with nut. the small wire with 90*end goes to sol. terminal mark "I" thats ign. side comming from ign. switch. the other terminal is not used most of the time. hope this helps.

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