So if I have this right then this is the way it works.... Two wires are coming off the Ignition switch. One runs from the START position to the S terminal on the solenoid, the other one runs from the RUN position of the ignition switch to the + side of the coil. THEN from the Solenoid itself you should have one wire coming from the I terminal to the + side of the coil. This way the coil has power going to it from the Start position (Run position dead, solenoid closed powering the starter and the I terminal, sending power through the wire to the + side of the coil) And from the RUN position( start position dead, wire directly from the ignition switch to the + side of the coil) Thank you for clarifying this for me. I understand what this guy did now. This is what he did.
On the I terminal of the solenoid he has three wires.... One is a wire coming from the RUN position of the ignition switch, One is a wire that goes to the electric fan(supplying power to it), and One is going to the +side of the coil... Upon startup the first wire (one from Run position) is dead but the I terminal is powered because the car is in the START position. Once the key goes into the RUN position the I terminal is not powered naturally but is now powered by the START wire, powering the fan and continuing to power the wire going to the + side of the coil. Like I said before I think this guy was trying to find a way to power the fan and is using the I terminal on the solenoid to do it. It is a creative way but I dont like it. I would rather wire it the right way and use a 12 v Keyed power bar to run power to the things that need it now and in the future.
Sorry so long but this is the only way I can get it all out of my head and in a format that I can go back to and look at it. THANKS AGAIN I KNEW US GREEKS WERE SMART!! LOL!!:hihi: