Main Fuse and wiring

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Re: Main Fuse and wiring

Post #31 by mryellow » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:15 pm

desertrefugee wrote:Electrically, mine is the same now as it was when it left the factory. The only exception is that now there is fresh wiring and a 30A blade fuse in line where the dogbone used to be. (The charge side wire is still unfused).

How did you connect the two (fused and unfused) wires to the starter relay? Originally they were crimped together in a common ring terminal. Did you do this, or connect them separately (two ring terminals) to the post on the starter relay?

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Re: Main Fuse and wiring

Post #32 by desertrefugee » Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:47 pm

It doesn't really matter, whichever is easier for you. I used two ring terminals.
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