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    Default Ford 1715 starter

    I received a Ford 1715 and all the wires to the starter are disconnected and hanging. Can someone provide a close up pic of the starter with all of the cables connected? IE Battery, alt, key switch, etc... Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Ford 1715 starter

    Try looking at the diagrams on Messicks or Part Spring.

    They are great online resources.

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    Default Re: Ford 1715 starter

    OK, attached is a flat out horrible picture!!!! So..... I'll try to explain. There is a lug and a spade. The lug is about 3/8" threaded for nut and about 3/4 inch long. This is where the battery connects along with any other wires that need a "battery feed". The small spade is the feed from ignition to the solenoid. It is a two stage solenoid, but all of that is internal to the starter.

    Hopefully this helps!!!

    Audo
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