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Old 06-29-2017, 10:20 AM
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If nothing else it just cleans up the car. Now if you change the battery switch. Move the charge wire from the alternator to the wire out that way it will charge the battery in Either position. The same for that fused wire. eBay has a lot of sellers that will but ends on fore you and sell cable by the foot. You should not have a need for anything bigger then a #2 wire for the positive and ground. The ground wire should go from the terminal to the frame on the out side. You may have to flip on of the batteries to do that. The a ground cable from the engine to the frame.

My guess is going from the rust belt. As the rust built up things got moved. A neater routing of cables and wire not only looks better it works better.
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