Motor Solenoid
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Buyers Motor Solenoid

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Intermittent-duty. 5/16"-24 thread terminals. 9/32" x 25/64" holes, 2-7/64" on center. 12V applied to center terminal activates solenoid.
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Drilling Required:No
Vehicle Cutting Required:No


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    Comments about Buyers Motor Solenoid:

    Excellent Product for your needed plow. Great place to buy.

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    • Q:


      Of course I didn't notice which side of the old solenoid is positive and negative. What side gets the positive wire and which side gets the negative.

      Thank you
      Asked on 12/4/2010 by JC

      2 answers



        12V applied to center terminal activates solenoid.

        Answered on 12/9/2010 by Ron the Auto Parts Rebel from AAP
      • A:

        You DO NOT connect negative to Solenoid.
        Large lugs: One goes to BATTERY (heavy lead) other goes to STARTER ITSELF (also heavy lead).

        Small lead on top goes to "START" wire from key switch.

        If you hook POSITIVE and NEG to solenoid and switch it "ON" the solenoid will blow up and catch fire..... Don't play with this if you're unsure.

        Answered on 3/18/2011 by XexorZ from New Jersey
    • Q:

      Is this relay a constant duty relay? and what is the amperage?
      Asked on 11/12/2010 by Darrel from Dunedin Fl

      1 answer

      • A:

        "Yes it is a constant duty relay.

        Basically the switch and relay are a pre amp circuit for the solenoid, capable of carrying the amperage required to run the starter motor."

        Answered on 12/1/2010 by buzzturk from sf
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