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are you referring to the Starter Relay that engages the Starter when the Key is held to "crank position"?
IF this is the Starter Relay that engages the Starter when the Key is held to "crank position", then there should be a direct Battery (+) Cable from the BatteryThat direct Battery (+) cable goes to one side of the Large StudsThere should be a large Cable that goes down to StarterThat large Cable goes to the other Large StudThe other wires with "large" holes will go to the direct Battery (+) Large StudDepending on "which Starter Relay was used" there should be a small wire that goes to the small Stud that has Voltage + when the Key is held in Crank PositionThis wire engages the Starter Relay...should be pink
The Relay is only engaged when the Key is turned to Crank Position........So the Relay will not power anything else, but the Starter
as I posted..........The Relay is only engaged when the Key is turned to Crank Position........So, any other wires that need to be "hot" (constant voltage) all the time would connect where the direct Battery (+) cable goesThey use one side of the Starter Relay "large posts" for a junction for Battery Cables & Power to other componentsJust be sure the Cable that goes down to the Starter (you will have to physically look) connects to the "other" Large StudWhen the Key is turned to Crank Position, the Starter Relay connects internally the Battery (+) & the Starter.....nothing more
yes....I figured that.........probably a 460 or 7.3 diesel.......
thanks...........The Starter Relay connects only when the Key is turned to Crank position
please reread my answersALL Large ring / terminals go to the Large Stud that has the Battery (+) cable connected to itNOT to the Starter Cable that goes down to Starter
let me know if you need further.........
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