Taco zone valve wiring

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Taco zone valve wiring

I have to replace one of my zone valves and I need to know how to wire it in. I have a two zone system and it is not wired at this time some one jumped to the good valve.
I need to know how to wire the valves so I will have two zones
 

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What kind of valves? Pictures would help.
 
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it is a Taco 570 it just twis on and off wit a 1/4 turn
 
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Mako, terminals 2 and 3 could well be jumpered together in a NORMAL installation! Don't assume that someone 'jumpered them together' for some other reason.

 
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Thank you sir I only said they jumped the wires is becouse all the wires are on one valve and my heat runs up and down all the time.I do want to thank you for the wiring you sent.
 
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