C220 52 reg Starter motor

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Can anyone please tell me is there two live feeds onto this particular starter motor? Do they fit onto the point on the starter?

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i think yes, one wire goes from the starter to the extra electrical heater, bolted to the block above the starter.
 

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i think yes, one wire goes from the starter to the extra electrical heater, bolted to the block above the starter.

Thats got it own feed of the battery A/P, hence the twin main cables on the pos terminal!
 
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52 reg c220 starter

Sorry for my ignorance I take it as yes both live wires (one is the main feed that has a fuse on it and one direct from the battery) both bolt on to the solenoid ?

I can't see the direct live wire from battery on the doc AR15.30-P-7100PD but I can clearly see the main feed on the starter but not the direct feed from the battery
 
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The previous recommended garage burnt my complete loom - these were approved by a leading recovery service. I'm just trying to be careful a lot of idiots out there.
 

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The previous recommended garage burnt my complete loom - these were approved by a leading recovery service. I'm just trying to be careful a lot of idiots out there.

I have put up a tiny bit of help in your other post
 


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