dude i know how to do it, but how when there no stud behide the alt, it just Wire harness
I couldn't tell from your pics where the main wire was, but there should be one big fat wire coming off the alt and going to your battery. That's the one you need to replace. If it's all harnesses, then you probably have a really small alternator to start with and that's a whole big mess to replace. For a better ground, Run a cable from a bolt on your alternator bracket to a bolt on the chassis where the battery is grounded to. Replace that battery ground cable as well.
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i have a dual post battery, i use the top post for my two Power wires for my 2 amps and the stock side post for the alt and everything else stock for the electrical so how would i add two positive wires from the alternator could i splice the two wires into one side post connector?
2005 magnum r/t
factory boston 6 speaker 6 disc stereo.
Yo guys, how much will the big three help? I just got FAT ASS 1/0g (=2/0) from knukonceptz. 10 ft of it to upgrade this. I really dont know the true benefits of it. will my amp see better voltage thus putting out more Power to the subs?
It took forever tho [3 hrs] because lack of proper tools [I had to implement severall] and just Honda has a tiny engine compartment. Lookin for a place to put the fuse was a hassle. then as I was setting everything up I thought of a better way to run the wire
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