97 Astro starter wire connections

97 Astro starter wire connections

Postby txturbo [OP] » February 24th 2009, 4:01am

I'm troubleshooting a no charge condition. Previous owner installed a new alternator and starter. Which wires connect to which posts on the starter solenoid? Is the fusible link wire suppose to connect on the same post as the battery cable or on a post by itself?
Update......got it figured out. Previous owner connected the wires wrong when he installed the new starter.
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