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2002 650 Bombadier starter solenoid wiring help please


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OK I took my starter solenoid apart to clean it as I was hot wiring it with a screw driver for ever and then last time it burned up my ecu I think I heard it's called anyways u don't need that part I read but I looked forever for it to replace it they discontinued it so I got a new solenoid as my was toast and now I need help hooking it up with all my wires I also have a wench so adds a few more and I'm clueless thanks for helping this Montana women out. And please help her out thank u.  Here is a Pic of my solenoid tkx again 

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  • Admin changed the title to 2002 650 Bombadier starter solenoid wiring help please

Bummer...  And here I am needing a wench... 

My problems aside though...  I don't think you would have blown your ECU by jumping the solenoid. Is that sorted now though ?

Could you post a picture of what wires you have in where the solenoid fits ?

A description of which one goes where if you can trace them would be handy too, but I'll have a look in some manuals and see what they usually have.

 

 

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There is a service manual for  your quad in the downloads section. The wiring diagram illustrates a different solenoid than the pictured one  but I  gather from  it that  on that solenoid the red goes to the starter,  the black  is to  battery, and the small yellow wire would go into the connector with a yellow wire /red stripe. The small black/ white stripe would connect to the white/ red stripe wire on the machine.. There  is no connection from the machine to the post with the green top.

Those are only  guesses on my  part since the  solenoid looks different from the wiring diagram illustration  and the color coding on the small wires.

Your best bet to  be sure is to  go  to  a Bombardier/ Can-Am  dealer and ask their service people.

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I find navigating through this site difficult since it's got a lot of advertisement but that aside maybe I can help you if you haven't resolved your solenoid wiring issue. Are you still trying to figure it out?

The two smallest wires are the trigger wires. The post that's painted red goes to the battery, the post that's painted black may or may not go to the starter motor, the same as with the green post. I can write you a procedure to actually test it and confirm before you install it. My background is a power engineer. Let me know if you still need help!?

Yammy

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