THERE ARE ONLY THREE WIRES AND ONE SHOULDN T FIT THE OTHER ONE LOKS LIKE A SPEAKER TYPE PLUG THE OTHER IS FROM THE BATTERY THE OTHER WHERE ELSE... TO AND PROCAUTION JUST LOOK HOW AND REMEMBER WHICH ONE CAME OFF WHICH PRONG,JUST REMEMBER TO UNHOOK THE POSITIVE IN THIS PROCEEDER.AT THIS TIME IWOULD OBSERVE THE HOT WIRE FIRST FROM THE STARTER...GOOD LUCK
On a 98 Pontiac Sunfire, the red color of wire goes on the terminal marked "B" on the starter. This terminal is located close to the battery of the vehicle.
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Push the buttons on the clock marked hours and minutes.
The large one from the positive side of the battery attaches to the large post mounted on the starter solenoid and a smaller purple wire that attaches to the small post on the starter solenoid marked "S". The small post on the starter solenoid marked "R" is not used with that vehicle. Any accessory power wires would also attach to the large post on the starter solenoid.
mark s is for start mark r is resitor
Hey, every starter is located at the end of the hot cable from your battery. ( the cable marked red on the battery or with the + sign.
There isn't one. The heavy positive cable goes directly to the starter. The solenoid is what transfers the heavy amperage to the starter. The wire from the ignition goes to the connector marked s.
Take it to a Sparky.
There is no starter relay on an Escort. The main battery positive cable goes directly to the starter. A small wire with a clip on it marked s goes to the solenoid. The main battery current to the starter is supplied with this solenoid.
If you can get to the starter, you hook up one side of the switch to the terminal that goes to the battery and the other side of the switch to the small terminal marked with and "S". "S" is for starter. The other small terminal you leave alone. Applying power to this terminal will damage the starter.
The small purple wire goes on the small terminal marked "S". The small yellow wire goes on the small terminal marked "R".
The big black cable goes to the battery and the starter . The smaller black with red stripes wire goes to the small terminal on the solenoid marked s.
There is a button on the dash marked trac. PUSH IT/////actually the button is on the center council on my 2004 gt2
A 1989 Pontiac Le Mans has a pair of sprockets. These sprockets are typically marked with alignment marks. One can use a wrench to align these marks, then use a pulley to set the belt on the sprockets.
Tile because it is less likely to stain and if it does get marked it easier to clean.
If your battery is good then you need to check the fuseable link on the red wire at your starter. It wont be the biggest red wire it will be the next size down. You will find it connected to the small bolt on the starter. You will have two small bolts and one big one. That bolt will be marked "S" for start. The other is marked "I" for ignition.
You open the hood up, undo the wing nuts over the headlamp, headlamp comes out forward if you have everything loose, you may have to twist it back and forth some, the side marked clips onto the side of the headlamp. reverse to install. Most salvage yards have these, they are the same on Pontiac, Chevy, and Olds vans, of the same year. Used Headlamps almost always have issues from moisture or foggy lamps. RJ
under the hood on the front left side you'll see a panel that says Fuses and Relays. it's marked on the inside of the cover.
Wire a starter.....There are 3 terminals on the solenoid.... 2 Big and 1 little....2 of them are marked on the solenoid (S) and (M) the other may be marked (B)...The (B) is connected to the battery(it's a big terminal) The (S) is a small terminal that is connected to the switch(it will have a small wire)(probably purple) and the (M) terminal will be connected to the starter itself with a short braided wire....
The starter solenoid has two small posts, one marked "S" the other marked "R". There should be a small purple wire in the harness that attaches to the "S" post and a small yellow wire that goes to the "R" post. The positive battery feed attaches to the large post. The coil should have a small black wire coming from the distributor attached to the post marked "neg" on the coil. The pos side of the coil should have a small yellow wire and a resister type wire attached. The resister wire has a white cloth like covering.
The purple wire would attach to the terminal marked "S". this terminal would be the one closer to the engine block. The yellow wire would attach to the terminal marked "R". This terminal would be the one further from the block.
Does your clock have two small buttons marked H and M? If so, those are for setting the clock. Push and hold until they begin to operate. FriPilot
Behind a plastic cover under the dash just above the passenger's feet. There are several (for different fan speeds). They should be marked.
look on the distributor cap, there is a slot marked "tach", connect the hot wire there and ground the other wire
battery cable and all fusible link wires go on the side of starter solenoid that is marked ( B ) , and yellow wire and starter wire go on the side that is marked with an ( S ) , Ignition switch is the one that plugs in on the top of the solenoid that is marked with an ( I ) Other than that there is a ground wire that grounds separately to the side wall that is separate from the whole solenoid. older models seemed to be very basic. some of them, had all wires on the battery side/ ( EXCEPT ) for the starter wire ( which by the way is the small red wire that runs next to the battery wire of which the battery wire is the big red wire and the starter wire is the small one. Always make sure that the battery wire goes to ( B )side and the starter wire goes to the ( S ) side. Because ,,,,, if they are put on in the reverse order of this, then you will have reversed the polarity and it will start, but will also fry the starter. If anyone else has anything further to add to this, or sees anything whatsoever wrong with this post, then feel free to add it . have to change part of answer. I posted the yellow wire as being on side with starter wire on ( S ) side of solenoid... Correction:: The yellow goes on the same side as all the fusible link wires and goes on the ( B ) side. The only wire that will be on the ( S ) side,, will be the starter wire ( which is the smaller of the 2 red wires ) plain and simply put also, the ( B ) on the ( B ) side of starter solenoid, stands for ( Battery and the ( S ) on the ( S ) side of the starter solenoid stands for ( Starter ) and the upper wire that is marked with ( I ) stands for Ignition ( ( which goes to the key switch )) the lower post of the Solenoid is not usually used on this model. But it is for the ( Coil ) if it is applicable, and it is not in this case , because would '''normally'''' be electronic ignition on newer vehicles.