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Wiring diagram for starter switch #67800-55160

Need to know which wires connect to which numbered terminal: 30 17, 19 and 50...AC terminal is self explanatory.

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The LEd wires need a wire run from the speaker to the Fuse block in your car. The small Red wire from the LED will be the one that hooks to Swtiched 12 Volts supply on the fuse block so that your Led Turns on when you turn the keyswitch on. The Black wire goes to ground, or to a metal part of your cars body, probably the same point where your Amp is Grounded.

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For anyone else who may be reading this post, these instructions are for the T104 ONLY.
Connect your incoming line) 240 volt wires to terminals #1 and 3. Connect the outgoing 240 volt (load) wires to terminals # 2 and 4. Don't forget to connect both equipment ground wires (bare or green) to the "GR" terminal.
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SOURCE: need wire schematic for starter switch

I am holding the switch part (INDAK 681064) with the black pushbutton switch to the right.
The two wires on the top are Red then White. The two wires on the bottom are both black.

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This question is for Strech.Hey bro you have give me a whole lot of information I know you are a very smart guy especially when it comes to bikes.So I don't know if you caught my question about the...


As far as the terminal board (terminal block, terminal plate) , I assume you mean something like this:

http://img.jpcycles.com/zoom/382-054_A.jpg

You may or may not be using all of the connections (they come in different standard lengths, and might have more connections than you need).

Now, I can't remember which wiring diagram I sent, so I'm starting over with this:

http://shovelhead.us/specs/wire/1976_FL_FLH.gif

The lower diagram is actually an continuation (to the right) of the upper diagram.

On the upper diagram, item #1 (to the right of the headlight, with little spots inside of it numbered 1 - 11) is the FRONT TERMINAL BOARD.

On the lower diagram, items # 17 - 20 comprise the REAR TERMINAL BOARD.

These show how many wires go to each terminal connection (example, terminal #3 in FRONT TERMINAL BOARD shows 5 wires connecting to that one terminal, #s 9 & 11 are not used).

Now your wire colors MIGHT not be stock.

In which case a multimeter would help you chase the wiring:

http://www.harborfreight.com/7-function-multimeter-98025.html

Also, do you have a Fat Bob tank center dash ignition switch?

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTA5MVgxMjI2/$(KGrHqZHJDME63ZMWiUbBO3tGwQzH!~~60_35.JPG

Or a key switch mounted somewhere else?

http://demonscy.ipower.com/i_pics/ignition_17-124_1.jpg

If the dash switch, this might help:

http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/931/dashswitchwiringdiagram.png

If a key switch, three wires would be:
1 - hot lead coming INTO switch
2 - lead going to ignition, brake light, instrumentation (for running without lights)
3 - lead going to lights (headlight, taillight) for ignition AND lights.

Hopefully, this will start you off.

Fire back with any questions

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Need 94 ******* camaro charging system diagran


From the positive (+) battery post, one RED wire connects to the BATT terminal of the alternator. The other RED wire connects to the battery junction block which contains a number of fusible links. The BLK wire connects to the B terminal of the starter solenoid.

From the negative (-) battery post, two BLK wires connect to ground.

You may be able to find a diagram in the automotive reference section of your local library.

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Amana ALE643RBW Dry will not start. I checked the thermal fuse and the high limit thermostat both read 0 to 4 back to 0 ohms. It was jumping around back and forth. Checked the heating coil it read 10...


Hello Dale,

Having checked the thermal fuseto be good i will give you a partial list other things that could make the dryer not start

start switch

door switch

timer

circuit breaker, use your meter set to volts ac and check for 240 vac at the outlet,if 240 not at power outlet check for burnt connection inside outlet or bad circuit breaker

if 240vac at outlet check for 240 vac at terminal block on back of dryer where cord connects,if 240 at outlet but not terminal block replace cord , if burnt connection at terminal block,replace cord and block

finally the motor,manufactures do not publish wiring diagrams online and the only way for me to tell you to use jumper cord to check motor is find the wiring diagram inside of control panel and place one wire on the terminal indicated as neutral on wiring diagram and one wire on terminal indicated on diagram as run winding

firstly though check door switch to have contunity (0 ohms) and the start switch to have (0 ohms)WHILE PUSHING IT IN(the start switch isa momentary contact switch and will only have contunity while its pushed in)
to check timer again use wiring diagram and find chart that shows various cycles and with timer set to a cycle the two wires is says will have contunity will be indicated by a solid black line on the diagram

Good luck, Gene

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I installed a new starter solenoid in my ranch King "93" riding lawn mower Model # 133K6796205 MFG code 1K192840178. I followed the diagram in my manual but when I turn the key nothing happens. ...


hi there wolves 52

here is website for parts
http://www.ereplacementparts.com/mtd-133k679g205-1993-lawn-tractor-parts-c-20039_20060_63114.html

go to page c then download wiring diagram

it should vave main switch connection on it ( may need to enlarge )


basically switch markings

G= ground ( usually black )

L = lights/ carb solenoid if it has one

M = magnetron kill wire ( usually black )

S = starter solenoid ( white ,usually goes through a interloc but could be orange check your diagram )

B = battery this wire will come from the the battery itself directly or from the hot post of the starter solenoid )

suspect 5 terminal 3 position switch

connections for off G + M

connection for on/ run B + L

connection for start B+ L + S


hope this helps , if not get back to try help further

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I HAV A MURRY RIDER.M/N 42A707 TYOE1653-01.WIRED FROM BATTERY TO STARTER.STARTS AND RUNS.NO OTHER WIRES R HOOKED UP.I WOULD LIKE 2 HOOK UP ALTINATER.I HAVE A WHITE WIRE AND 2 BLACK.1 WENT 2 SAFTY.DO I HOOK...


White is usually always power FROM the S (Starter) terminal of the Key switch to the clutch pedal switch then on to the start solenoid. For briggs and stratton key switch terminal 4 is used for starter power. The model number you passed is for the engine only.

Without your riding mower model number I can not even begin to guess for sure. If you can locate the mower model number I will look it if and see what I can find.


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1 White Wire

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None of the numbers you supplied match any info on the toro.com web site. Check the numbers and then see if toro has any info for you.

That said, it sounds like you connected to the wrong relay terminal. Here is how you want it connected:
The battery (and alternator) connect to one of the large terminals on the relay. The starter connects to the other large terminal. The start switch connects to the small terminal on the relay. The idea being that the small current connected to the small terminal turns on the relay which connects the large battery current to the starter.

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You need a 12v lead to the ignition switch, a 12v lead from switch "run" terminal, to coil battery terminal. You also need a lead from the ign switch start terminal to the small post on the starter solenoid. Battery connects to engine block (-) and large terminal on starter.(+) This will give you start and run. Good luck...Hope this helps you!

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Replacing a dual burner control switch


First, have you removed the wires from the old switch?

If not, then look on the switch, old or new, and see if there are numbers on the terminals. If so, just move the wires one at a time, terminal number to terminal number.

If you have removed the wires, then you will need to find the wiring diagram, which is most likely found somewhere inside the unit or on the back panel. You should be able to identify the correct wire connection from the wiring diagram.

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