I have a 1970 Camaro RS with a 350 small block with 4 speed manual. A few weeks back the starter died. The starter was ancient... an old Delco Remy starter. I initially tried to see if I could find an exact replacement only to find they don't make starters like this anymore. They couldn't even find the part/model number in their systems.... Anyways I just put in my new starter this afternoon. The new starter is a Power Master 3689. Everything went together perfectly. After everything was wired and hooked up two things happened. First I noticed my emergency brake like was lit up. The keys were out of the car and ignition was off. I thought that was odd because previously it would only light up when the ignition was on. The car started just fine, but when I turned the key off the engine kept on running. I had to dump the clutch to kill it. At first I thought maybe I wired it incorrectly, the two little wires on the solenoid. So I jacked the car back up and switched them thinking that might be the issue. When I tried to start the car again there was nothing nada zilch. Car wouldn't turn over and I couldn't hear the starter engaging or anything. Does anyone have experience with this or have any ideas what could be the issue I have going on? I'm not sure if the original wiring isn't up to "grade" with this new starter or if perhaps there is some other kill switch I need now with this new starter? Any advice or suggestions is greatly appreciated!