1986 f-250 6.9 diesel Wiring issues. NEED diagram.
I just bought a 1986 F-250 4x4 4-speed with a 6.9 diesel. Truck runs great etc. There is only one battery in it and it has a new alternator. We noticed once we got it home that the wiring around the solenoid and regulator is all melted and burned up. We don't know what happened to it but its toasted.
Wondering if anyone here has a diagram of the wiring they could post??
Also, is there any way to TEST the glow plugs also?
there is supposed to be 2 batteries one on the drivers side and one on the passenger side. and I suck with wiring so thats all i have to say haha
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Here's a diagram of the engine wiring. I don't believe it shows all the wiring on solenoid on the fender(power relay), but usually in the diesel trucks the solenoid is just a junction for power distribution. You willl notice the large battery wiring goes directly to the starter, and that is the power priority. They will have a smaller wire coming off the battery feeding the solenoid. The keyswitch activates the solenoid in "start", and in turn sends a signal down to the starter solenoid mounted to the starter.
All the other connections on the solenoid are on the same terminal as the bat + is connected, and this a power distribution point for the glowplug system, the power for the cab, the spot were the alternator is hooked up, etc.
look on top of your GP controller looks like the wire might head that way according to the picture if you find it then use your meter and disconnect that wire on top of the gp relay and ohm it out if continuity is present then its the right wire and looks like yur gp relay is bad
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