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Skychief2001 is correct. There should be one wire with a small connector on it that goes to the "s" terminal on the starter (this is the trigger wire that activates the starter solenoid). All the other wires hook up with the large one. The large wire goes directly to the battery, the smaller wires are used to power various other circuits of the car and have nothing to do with the starter itself. It is just an access point for battery power.
sry didnt quite understand your question but what i can get... its the trigger?? if it is the little spring with a loop of wire goes into the hole with 1 end of the wire going into the trigger then you drop the pin through and then put in the trigger slot then take a small flat screwdriver is what i use and push the wire into the slot that holds it...hope this helps
the waist toner bottle is full or the waist toner bottle sensor has become blocked. if you know where the bottle is remove it, empty it and then clean off the outside bottle with a paper towel. becareful as the toner has a tendency to make a big mess.
is it the carrier support spring or the trigger spring?
go to www.winchester.com look for owners manual for model 94 come times the site dont work well.you may have to call them and ask for a schematic parts break down they will send it to you or e-mail it.
Probably the paint and texture have clogged the orifice as well as the feed tube up. Hope the paint was water based. If so, set the gun down in a bucket of very hot water with the trigger tied open.
It may take several soaks. Each time you check it put the air on and pull the trigger a few times. Eventually it will unclog. By the way, you should take the orifice completely off so there is no restriction.
If it was solvent based you are pretty much out of luck.
yes your ds lite is repair able if you can,,,,,open up your ds lite and get a soldering iron and touch the 4 points with it, then put it back together.
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hi this should be reletively easy hold the end black bit with the sivler bit holde coming out not the black bit next to the yellow case on drill you hold the black part thats at end of drill by where the bit goes into not the black bit near the trigger hope i explain this ok. Hold this bit tight then put drill in reverse then press trigger a couple of times it might be tight but shouldnt be that tight it wont undo. 1 put in reverse 2 hold black plastic piece near where drill bit goes into 3 press trigger few times 4 this should undo it allowing you to put a bit in make sure its in reverse else you will just tighten it up more let me know if you need further assistance ok