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Not going into the usefullness of install a CAP.


WARNING1: DAMAGE TO VEHICLE AND PERSONAL INJURY IF + LEAD
GROUNDS OUT


WARNING2: ENSURE YOU USE THE CORRECT GAUGE OF WIRING

Follow instructions from CAP on pre-charging the CAP
Remove keys from ignition
Remove the - from the battery
Hookup the CAP + termial to + of battery and + of amp
Hookup the CAP - terminal to - of the battery or grounding point

NOTE: THERE MAY BE A SPARK WHEN HOOKING UP THE - LEAD

SHORT AND SWEET.
 

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Semi-Hemi said:
Not going into the usefullness of install a CAP.


WARNING1: DAMAGE TO VEHICLE AND PERSONAL INJURY IF + LEAD
GROUNDS OUT


WARNING2: ENSURE YOU USE THE CORRECT GAUGE OF WIRING

Follow instructions from CAP on pre-charging the CAP
Remove keys from ignition
Remove the - from the battery
Hookup the CAP + termial to + of battery and + of amp
Hookup the CAP - terminal to - of the battery or grounding point

NOTE: THERE MAY BE A SPARK WHEN HOOKING UP THE - LEAD

SHORT AND SWEET.
Here is a very easy way with no sparking, and by far the safeest way to go. Go buy a 12 volt test light if you already dont have 1. Ground the cap, take the 12 volt test light and put it on the positive lead of the cap, the light will come on. When the light goes out, volla the cap is fully charged.
 
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