Replacing battery (+) wires, need a suggestion
I'm planning to replace both of the positive wires coming off from the battery to the starter and to the PDC. I noticed there are 2 eyelets on the end of the wire going into the PDC. I've checked my local auto parts store and they only have single eyelet ends. do you guys have any suggestions on how should I go about replacing this wire with the double eyelets?
are you talking they have eyelets on both ends of the wire? They do make them. In my zj I needed a 12" one. Most of the box stores have them but dont list them by vehicle...
1998 ZJ 5.2 Auto
1989 Wrangler Black Bone Stock 2.5l 5spd
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I put the opening on the bottom stud, and pushed it up as far as i could and tightened the top nut on the top of the end snugly.
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95' YJ - Warn Bumpers/Tire Carrier/Winch - 2.5L - 6" Skyjacker Suspension Lift - 4.10's - Locrite Locker - Dana 35/30 - 35" BFGoodrich KM2's
11' F250 - DD
1982 Toyota Pick-Up - Spray-On Yellow Rhino Lined - Chevrolet 305 H.O. - SM465 - NP208C - All-Pro Off Road 5" Springs - 35x15.50x15 Super Swampers
Originally Posted by dancytron View Post
This also from that web site.
The fuse block wire is 4 gauge wire with a singe hole heavy duty 90 end. The wire is a heavier gauge than the factory wire for reduced voltage drop. If you have the factory 2-hole connector you may need to fabricate a jumper. Some guys just cut the old connector off and use it for a jumper.
This would be really easy to do.
93 YJ SOA 2" springs front, XJ springs rear w/main leaf added, High pinon 9 inch rear detroit locker front Dana 44 ARB 4.56 Gears, 36 inch Irok tires too much to list. www.mijc.org
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