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911 3.2 Lost Power Cable from Battery to Starter

Hi Everyone.

Well, lost maybe too strong a word so misplaced might be better. I just got through my rebuild, lifted in the engine/trans, bought the hi-torque starter from Wayne and I'm darned if I can find the power cable that comes directly from the battery to the starter. The red is there from the alternator and the yellow but no high-current cable. I'm thinking it may have got caught up when lifting the engine.

Does anyone know how and where this exits a cable bundle and comes out near the starter? I'm bewildered

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Hi Mike - hoping that the below link helps a bit.

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It comes out under the car. I'll try to remember and take a picture tonight. I think it's in the bundle that comes through the tunnel. I always tape it up with electrical tape and reconnect the battery so the door locks and alarm still work with the engine out of the car.
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It's a single heavy black wire with an eye on the starter side.
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here it is
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