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C8.3-250 wiring for synchro start solenoid


Created On Thursday October 21, 2004 18:45 Diesel Talk
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crouch
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Does anyone know how to wire one of these up to a C8.3-250? I have three wires that got fried when the old solenoid went south. There is a red/blue wire, a small black wire (with power) and a larger black wire (ground, I think?). On the new solenoid there is a red, white and black wire. We are trying to figure out which wires hook up to which. Any help anyone could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers, Ron

Edited: Friday October 22, 2004 at 11:09 by crouch
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