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How to put wires back on selenide

We took off the old solenoid but do not remember which wires go where. It is a 3 point from a cub cadet 1042

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Big from batt. on one side. big to starter on other. small wire will go to spade terminal to the key switch through a series of safety switches.
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Hello

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