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post #4 of (permalink) Old Jan 26th, 06, 12:34 PM
JimM
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Re: Junction block behind the battery question...

As Sean said, don't go near the scotchlock connectors... everything gets soldered and heatshrinked.

Make sure anything you run to power is properly fused.

If you have a factory style ammeter, connecting anything to that junction block will throw the reading off.

Be aware that when the car is running, normal current flow will be from the alternator to the junction block to the draws. You don't want to overload that wire. May possibly consider running a second 10 guage wire from the horn relay to the junction block. As you add electrical accessory's, you might think about oversizing the red wire from the alternator, too.





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