Question about Ford Mustang
Nothing to it. The starter position of the ignition switch simply has a single wire to the small lead on the starter solenoid.
I believe the solenoid looks like this:
Most cars put the solenoid on the starter itself, but Ford usually mounts it on the fender.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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