1950 Clark forklift wiring problem desperate need of help
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    Default 1950 Clark forklift wiring problem desperate need of help

    Had a on-off and the starter switch melt down,
    Haven't the money to pay for the expensive repair manual let alone find one, I was hoping someone could be so kind as to share a picture of the wiring diagram for this forklift so I can get back to working.

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    Dont have a pic, or diagram. Not real complicated, one terminal is hot all the time from the battery. One goes to ignition, and one to the starter. May or may not be one more for accesories. Not commonly used on a forklift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PocoLoco View Post
    Dont have a pic, or diagram. Not real complicated, one terminal is hot all the time from the battery. One goes to ignition, and one to the starter. May or may not be one more for accesories. Not commonly used on a forklift.
    Agreed. All you need is a test light to decipher which is which.

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    Switches are generally marked on the back as to what goes where.....it should have a simple starter,so no extra solenoid switches for ignition boost or anything fancy.


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