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Old 29 Oct 2009, 09:53 am
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Question Engine rebuilt, this one green wire...

My dad bought this cruiser with a blown motor so I pulled it. Machine shop
took some time to rebuild and I partied a few times since then. I pretty much
have everything on, except for this green wire. Its in the harness with the a/c
compressor and starter. Its fairly thick, I'd say 6-8 gauge solid green wire. It has an eyelet on the end, so it needs a bolt to attach it. Any clues would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 30 Oct 2009, 10:02 pm
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Post a pic and I'll see if I can find that wire. What year and model is it? Turbo or NA?
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Old 31 Oct 2009, 12:18 am
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Default Re: Engine rebuilt, this one green wire...

I downloaded the service manual pdf and hunted eagerly for the wire. I found the culprit and checked it against a neon. Turns out to be a fuseable link/wire that goes from the alternator to the starter. I would have had pics sooner, but this is a side job. So, its limited to a few hours in a week(if that). Thanks for offering though, very much appreciate it!
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Old 20 Jun 2011, 11:51 pm
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Default Re: Engine rebuilt, this one green wire...

I know this is an old one, but it relates directly to the same dilemma I am having. I need to know where to connect this last green wire.

May I humbly request someone's assistance?

2004 2.4 NON-Turbo, manual transmission.

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Old 21 Jun 2011, 06:14 am
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I know this is an old one, but it relates directly to the same dilemma I am having. I need to know where to connect this last green wire.

May I humbly request someone's assistance?

2004 2.4 NON-Turbo, manual transmission.

As was stated in the post above yours, there's a thick green wire from the alternator to the starter. Your looks like the end that goes on the end of the solenoid that's on top of the starter.
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