I'm not sure what you're looking for here - if you need to find out about the wiring on the starter solenoid on an 89 BroncoII, then you might want to purchase an aftermarket manual. If you cannot purchase one, then most major libraries have manuals (like Chilton's or Haynes) for popular cars & trunks & you can look at the wiring diagrams & possibly even make a photo-copy of the diagram to take home.
There is no such thing as a 82 Heritage Softail
A diagram of a 1991 Toyota starter relay switch can be obtained from most Toyota dealerships. The starter relay diagram can also be found at most auto-parts stores.
location and wiring of the horn relay
If you have a new starter with solenoid,do you still wire it to the firewall solenoid switch?Because wire is smoking on the switch and battery terminals. No rotation,just clicking.
The starter circuit needs to be configured as a manual transmission. The neutral /park switch can be bypassed at the starter relay. As this switch simply grounds the starter relay coil you need to refer to the wiring diagram and ground the relay coil directly to the chassis.
It is important to have a diagram for a glow plug relay. The diagram can be found in book for the specific car, or online in car forums.
You can find the wiring diagram for a relay position for a 1997 Mercury Sable in the owner's manual. You can also check local auto stores.
Its got two wires.... One is from the battery and the other is from the control relay that is run by the ignition switch, not much to diagram. I recomend you buy or visit you library and look at Haynes manual for your van.
You can find a power site mirror wiring diagram for your Toyota at most Toyota dealerships. Toyota service manuals will have the wiring diagram and can be obtained from most local libraries.
If you are talking about the schematic wiring diagram it is Timer Relay#1.
Relays come in many different packages. There are SPST relays, SPDT, DPDT. Check the link below to see all the relay wiring diagrams.
ECC relay is in a box under the hood on the drivers side. open the lid and look at the inside of the cover and there will be a diagram of where each relay is located.