it doesnt matter what color the battery cables are. all that essentially matters is the positive post of the battery goes to the top of the starter, and the negative post of the battery is grounded against the frame, reguardless of color.
I believe this is called a "squirrel cage fan". It looks like one of those wheels in a mouse cage.pastopel said:If you've never seen one, the fans are drum shaped unlike a house fan. someone jump in and say what they are called I know but the old noggin ain't working..
Ahhh, let me tell you a story...Once, many years ago, I was tinkering with a friend's 1971 Toyota Corolla, trying to iron out some engine malady I can no longer remember. I was leaning over the car, engine idling, fooling with the distributor timing, and I discovered two things in rather rapid and startling succession: One, there was a break in the insulation of one of the spark plug wires near my hand, which the electric pulse apparently preferred to the spark plug, and Two, the best grounding point from my body to the frame apparently was via my pants zipper where I was leaning over the radiator support....namba209 said:Pastopel, straight DC will not shock you at all, but watch out for pulsating DC, ie., the spark plug and coil wires, they'll make you wish you were somewhere else.