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Starter Motor wiring.
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Phil_78
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Just a quick question to the brains trust. There is a light green wire on my 56 Clipper that goes from the resistor on the firewall to the inside small contact on my starter motor. Doesn't seem to make a difference if its connected or not. Any idea what its for? Thanks, Phil

Posted on: 7/28 3:09
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Re: Starter Motor wiring.
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Ross
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It provides a full twelve volts to the coil whilst the engine is cranking. When not cranking, the coil sees about 9 volts.

You will not notice much difference in starting performance til, oh say February.

Posted on: 7/28 6:55
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Re: Starter Motor wiring.
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Phil_78
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Thanks Ross 😊

Posted on: 7/28 16:03
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