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To: James Schulte <>
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From: Charles & Peggy Robinson <>
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 07:25:54 -0500
   Sounds like someone wired it back up wrong after changing out the 


James Schulte wrote:
> Paul,
> I tried starting my North American 1969 MGC roadster today and no juice was
> getting to the ignition. The horn worked but no lights. Went to the starter to
> check voltage. One large and 2 medium brown on the main post with nut, had
> power to it, but the one large brown on the spade connected to the solenoid
> next to them, did not. I disconnected it from the spade and touched it to the
> large  or main post on the starter and got lights and ignition.  This starter
> was rebuilt and it worked fine before it was rebuilt, but I felt I should
> rebuild or replace everything like it since they sat for 29 years. Anyway, Can
> I temporarily or permanently make a rounded end to fit into this spade to go
> to the main post, or must I pull the starter and get it fixed now?
> Jim
> 69C
> 70B

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