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Old 02-05-2012, 08:20 PM   #1
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Battery relocate

How would you do this? How would you route the wires?

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Re: Battery relocate

it's pretty simple really. You mount the battery case in the trunk and then route the wires through some drain holes in the trunk. I would look for where you sub frame connecters would mount and mount them parallel to this so if you bottom out you hit the sub frames instead of the battery cables and then just run back into your engine bay and make all the original connections. I believe one needs to go to your fuse box and and the starter

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