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Porsche Crest A Bump in the rebuild...need help

Hello Folks:

I am in the process of hooking up all the wiring in the engine compartment (which I was very carefull about labeling)...the problem is this...I have three wires that I labeled as "starter wires"...problem is, can't remeber exactly how they go on the 88 na is the description:

1. Thick black cable by itself ( Positive lead from the battery)
2. The other two wires come out of a thick black loom: one has a small fitting which I know where that goes, and the other is a thick black cable which I assume attaches to the opposite stud on the solenoid that the red one attaches two.

Anyone out there know where the positive lead (large thick wire by itself) and the other black wire coming out of the loom goes???
Please advise, any pics or diagrams would be great if possible.


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The two big wires go to the same terminal.

The small wire goes to the small terminal.


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