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Need help with the wires that r connected to starter on 2000 chevy venture... the "S" cable i believe is the one from starter to solenoid ( a bare cable) right? well, theres a wire on vehicle that has a yellow rubber sleeve is that connected to the bare "S" cable bolt also? I have a buch of cables that I secured together on other bolt and then theres one single little wire... the wire with the yellow jacket is the one thats driving me crazy!!!??? dont want to connect anything , yet, scared i

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