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Pooge



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PostSubject: Battery Cable Routing   Fri Apr 08, 2011 9:06 am

Does someone mind popping there hood and verifying that I have things at least close...LOL

The positive cables have three wires; One to the starter, one to the fuse box, and the other is cut on my car...what would that have gone to?

The negative was not with the car, so I just picked up the one that Napa called for and it is a single large (physically) gauge wire with a single 10ish gauge "auxiliary" lead that I assume is the body ground...Can someone verify that?

Thanks, hopefully making the final push....

Doug

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PostSubject: Re: Battery Cable Routing   Fri Apr 08, 2011 10:30 am

3rd Wire goes to the Alternator.

So the three leads from positive go to.
Fusebox.
Starter.
Alternator.

Negative is as follows.
One to engine ground and one to body ground.

I have a new replacement battery harness from Innovative wiring. Going through this myself.

www.innovativewiring.com

Douglas.
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