A TO30 with a starter button and a solenoid? Hmm...somebody has added some not needed stuff to it and made it more complicated than what it is. Do you have a test light. If you have a test light take the negative cable off the battery. Hook the alligator clip on the lead of the test light to the battery cable. Then touch the test light to the negative post on the battery. If there is a draw on the battery the test light will light up. Start unhooking wires one at a time until the light goes out. When it goes out, whatever wire is unhooked then you know it is in that circuit.
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