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Wiring A Ignition Switch - The colors are for the "power on" legend. Red is battery circuits. Blue is for key switched circuits (handiest on with the important thing within the on role). Yellow is the beginning circuit wires. This may be perplexing due to the fact the colours are not the same as the wires. Use the numbers and the letters at the schematic to identify the real twine you are seeking out. 307- af51 or-18 manner the wire number is xxxxx the harness is af with circuit fifty one and or is for orange colour inside the 18 gage size.
Trouble turned out to be a awful ignition switch. What i did turned into this: i turned the ignition transfer to run. I then jumped the battery twine inside the ignition switch (pink) to the wiring harness for the neutral protection transfer. It started out right now. Once more, thanks for the diagram.
Also thank you for posting what you ended up doing to check to look if it for certain become the ignition transfer, i'm certain this could assist any individual else out that runs into the equal trouble in the future.
Hello, rich, that diagram doesn't show what i am hoping for, in view that i don't have the authentic colour-coded wiring to work with. What i would like, if feasible, is a chart displaying the use of every of the nine terminals of the transfer - believe looking at the switch, nine terminals, and no expertise of every one's cause. One has to be for battery energy, one for ignition, one for cranking, one for accessory, etc. I see, from taking the bad switch apart, that three of the terminals are linked. However in any other case, i do not see any identification. The terminal ids inside the chart you despatched need to check with the switch connecter plug, which i do not have.
My wife's 1996 626 2.Zero liter manual trans will no longer start. While the ignition secret is turned, the panel lighting fixtures live bright. No click on may be heard from the starter solenoid. I jumped the impartial protection switch. Still no starting, which leads me to think that the ignition transfer is horrific. I need to do the identical with the ignition transfer, but i have to recognize that's the battery cord & which wire is going to the impartial safety transfer.