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Old 09-08-2003, 01:27 AM   #261
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Mine is also in under the back seat...I dont think its space (well might be in your case) I think its a luxury thing but not sure the reason behind it...
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Ah yes... V8'* are cool.. I know the G bodies have a smaller engine bay then the H bodies, but i agree it is kinda cool. It'* also safer, because you don't have battery gases getting trapped under the hood. Keeps the battery clean too, and safer in an impact i guess. yeah i'm a lil bored, and have plenty of time to think about battery placements tonight.... think i'll make some food...

Wait, how do you jump start then? Is there a special hookup under the hood or something?
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Ah yes... V8'* are cool.. I know the G bodies have a smaller engine bay then the H bodies, but i agree it is kinda cool. It'* also safer, because you don't have battery gases getting trapped under the hood. Keeps the battery clean too, and safer in an impact i guess. yeah i'm a lil bored, and have plenty of time to think about battery placements tonight.... think i'll make some food...

Wait, how do you jump start then? Is there a special hookup under the hood or something?
Yes, there is a positive and negative terminal under the hood for jumps....

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Old 09-08-2003, 01:41 AM   #265
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Wait, how do you jump start then? Is there a special hookup under the hood or something?
Yes, the positive terminal connection is located in a small box under the hood.
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How about this one you posted before John? I think it is going south, we're now talking about battery placement after all....

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Oh for god sakes forget it....
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Just a joke! Well this will be a memorable thread, the ADTR one is gettin big too.
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How about this one you posted before John? I think it is going south, we're now talking about battery placement after all....

No, that one is generally used for threads where somebody says something really stupid or offensive, and I need to tip my hat and leave before the flaming begins...

I was making a little joke about, what is it now, 16 pages of someone bragging about his new wheels...
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89BonnieSE89, Sorry about asking the battery question. Didn't realize it would keep the thread going.
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