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Coil pack wireing

I recently rebuilt my 6.0 when reconnecting wires there was a wire left over it runs in the same harness with starter solenoid wire and oil level sensor the left over i traced to coil pack wireing but can not find any place in that area by starter to plug in it only has a 7to 8 inch area it can go i would appreciate any help on were that plug goes thank you.

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I just replaced my starter on my 6.0. There are three wires, one that comes directly from the starter itself about 3 inches that hooks onto the solenoid and then there is a smaller connecting wire to the solenoid and the big connector to the solenoid and that's it. The ground is right there on the block that is part of the starting harness too. I hope that helps. This is not a solution and I had no problem so I don't know what to classify this info as:)

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2. Raise and support vehicle.
3. Note: If equipped with 4WD and certain transmissions, a support bracket is used between front axle and side of transmission. Remove 2 support bracket bolts at transmission. Pry support bracket slightly to gain access to lower starter mounting bolt.
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    • 1 Disconnect the negative battery terminal and place the wheel chocks behind the rear tires of the car.
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    • 6 Remove the jack stand and lower the car back to the ground.
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See Figure 4
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cb88b61.jpg Fig. Fig. 4: Exploded view of the starter motor mounting-2.0L engine
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See Figures 4 and 5
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Fig. Fig. 5: Starter motor wiring terminal connections-2.0L engine To install:
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Clean all dirt and/or corrosion from the wire terminals before reconnecting the wiring to the solenoid.
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Fig. Fig. 6: Starter motor wiring terminal connections-2.0L SOHC engine with A/T; 2.4L engine To install:
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