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Old 12-31-2006, 03:57 PM   #1
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I was wondering if someone could explain how to wire the (big three)?
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thanks a lot for the helpful link
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what would be the best way to do the big 3 in an 02 with the battery under the back seat? I suppose I could run 0 guage from the alt to the batt with its own run, or could I just connect from the alt to the jump post under the hood? the grounds wouldnt be a problem, but Im trying to figure out if its worth all of the extra 0 guage that I would need.
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