Question about Ariens Lawn Mower Universal Solenoid Starter Replaces ARIENS 03551000
Someone else took the solenoid off of the lawnmower to be replaced with a new one. The person that did that does not remember what wires go where and I have never put one on so I'm not sure where they go. I have three black wires and one red (which I know is positive) and one blue and one white.
You should have a big black wire that has a red stripe going through it. This wire will go on the picture as shown to the top left terminal and travel down to the starter. You will have a big red wire and there may be a smaller red attached with it. This or these wires will go to the top right terminal. The white wire should be a small gage wire and will go on the front left terminal. There should only be one more single black wire with a female terminal on the end of it where it will plug into the front right terminal on the solenoid. The remaining black and blue should have male ends on them and discard them, they do not plug into anything.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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