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Are there two negative connections on a 1990 Bronco starter?


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2015-07-14 16:03:44
2015-07-14 16:03:44

There shouldn't be. The negative battery cable should ground to the block or the frams. There are three connections on the starter if the solenoid is on the starter as it is on a Sable. The biggest connection is for the positive battery cable. The one directly underneath it is where the braided cable coming out of the starter is connected, and the spade connector is where the ignition switch wire slides on. The starter itself usually grounds by being mounted in place through the starter bolts. but some ground internally through the brushes. .

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Hey Mike==It is on the back of the engine and you first remove the neg battery cable then the cables off of the starter then take the bolts out and workit out among the exharst . GoodluckJoe

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