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Question POS battery cable to Junction Block?

HELP!
I need to fire this thing today.... but I have one small issue this morning...

It looks like I have an incorrect POS battery cable. Shouldn't there be a pigtail from it to the junction block on the core support?
I'm heading to the parts store, so should I put new battery cables on the list?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old May 23rd, 10, 04:41 AM
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Re: POS battery cable to Junction Block?

Yep, I believe you are right. Put a new cable on your list.

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Re: POS battery cable to Junction Block?

Right, the new cable will probably have a lead on it with a crimp connector on it so you will have to add a piece of 10 guage wire to it.

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Re: POS battery cable to Junction Block?

Awesome gentlemen.... thank you!
Just double-checking.

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