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KE70 starter motor wire

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This is the stock KE70 starter motor loom (removed due to 4age conversion and battery relocation to boot).

Is the thick Black/White trace wire attached to main battery loom for the 4K starter motor?

I don't have battery at moment to test with key and multimeter.

 

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the black female terminal in the pic is the one that plugs in to and supplys the starter solenoid when the key is in the start position. the clear/white connector on the other side should go to something connected to the key barrel (start 12v) terminal.

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Thanks! I kinda figured that.

I'm pretty sure that the clear/white connector connects to this key barrel (start 12v) terminal through connector pictured below, inturn that runs through to the fuse box big plug pictured below also.

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KE70 starter motor solenoid power issue.

*Note that this is a full front wiring loom from a KE70 freshly installed into an AE71. I also changed out kick panel junction/fuseboxes.

I have an issue, the Black/White wire from Ignition has power at key start position, but no power at starter, or even further up, at the fuse box?

Nor do I have power at the factory ignition coil Black/White wire (no longer used anymore in my application).

I checked the fuses and they are all good? Not entirely sure whats going on.

The fusebox has an aftermarket relay installed (Not by me) pictured, is this normal?

Also there is a Black/White jump wire that I am not to sure if is factory?

(view attached pictures)

 

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Any help here would be appreciated!

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There was a break in the wire behind the dash, starter motor spins with key now.

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