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Replaced starter dont remember how wires go back. the large red small red and the blue with the female slide on wires i know where they go but the larger blue one with the o shaped end i not sure if it goes on the same post as the other red one or not

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You will have 3 or 4 wires to the solenoid. it sounds like you know where the 2 small ones go so the other 2 are for the battery and starter. one side of the solenoid will have a wire from the battery and the other side will have a wire to the starter. these 2 wires are larger because they carry the amperage required to turn the starter.

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