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Hey Ken.
 
I believe you will need to bring power from terminal “S” on your ignition switch directly to the starter solenoid. The solenoid will also need to be grounded.
I believe you will need to bring power from terminal “S” on your ignition switch directly to the starter solenoid. The solenoid will also need to be grounded.
 
Of course, you also need the positive cable from the battery coming in to one solenoid post, and on the other post have another cable (same gauge) serving as the positive going to the starter.
 
Depending on your model and engine features, you may also need to address a couple other circuits, like for a regulator, or a fuel solenoid, etc.

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Original post by: Tony ,

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Hey Ken.

I believe you will need to bring power from terminal “S” on your ignition switch directly to the starter solenoid.

Of course, you also need the positive cable from the battery coming in to one solenoid post, and on the other post have another cable (same gauge) serving as the positive going to the starter.

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