Anonymous asked this question on 5/26/2000:
What do the letters(in a clockwise direction) C A M B M S on the back of and ignition switch represent? Where do they lead to? (ie. B=Battery...etc) THANKS
WWW8 gave this response on 5/26/2000:
Most outboard ignition switches connect as follows: B---positive battery--usually at start solenoid-normally protected with 20 amp fuse. A---accesories-hot when switch is on C---choke-hot when key is pushed in to choke position S---starter-hot when switch is held over to start position M and M---magneto-one M is connected to ground(black) and the other is connected to kill wire(black/yellow).When switch is off these two are shorted together.
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