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Old 26-11-2016, 16:45   #16
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Re: Repairing stripped starter solenoid post

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Re: Repairing stripped starter solenoid post

Hi, find an automotive electrical repair shop. Ask them for a stud extender!! It's solid brass/copper and just threads onto your existing stud. Has a longer threaded section. Intended for doing exactly what you're trying to do, fix a problem and add several more connectors. Cut off the bad section on yours after spinning a nut all the way down. File it and then remove the nut to clean up any threads buggered by cutting.
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Re: Repairing stripped starter solenoid post

Thanks for adding the pictures, TXG. You made this thread an educational resource.
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Re: Repairing stripped starter solenoid post

Follow the starter cable back to the battery and hook up your extra wires there. You could also hook a few wires to the alternator output.
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