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Z-14 Question (OOPS!)

 
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nuckolls.bob(at)aeroelect
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2018 8:04 am    Post subject: Z-14 Question (OOPS!) Reply with quote

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Having recited the legacy philosophy I'll
note that all three of the vehicles in my
driveway ranging from 87GMC to 2006KIA
ALL connect the b-lead directly to the battery . . .
not even fusible links.


Not true. My 87GMC alternator wire goes
directly to battery(+) but it's only about
18" long and hangs out in the air.

The 98SAT battery(+) does have a fusible link at the
starter solenoid.

The 06KIA has an MANL style fuse right at
the battery(+) terminal.

In both cases, b-lead protection is at the
BATTERY end of the b-lead.



Bob . . .


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2018 5:22 am    Post subject: Re: Z-14 Question (OOPS!) Reply with quote

Bob,

Along these same lines, I will have to run two battery buss leads from the aft batteries to the forward busses...about 8.5'.

Using the logic presented here, I need to install a current limiter in each battery lead, near the batteries...

Does this sound like a good plan, or am I missing something?


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