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    neg - (run) from front to rear

    is it necessary to have a neg run from front to rear batt and what are the big 3 again i know alt + to batt + then batt - to chassis just cant remember the other one



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    third one is battery to engine block, and no its not nessacary but recommended




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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    yes, i've done that. I'd rather do that than ground to the chassis tbh.

    Other one of the big three is engine ground to chassis/battery




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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    last big 3 is..engine block to chassis, so basically any bolt on the engine and ground it to the chassis



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    how long should i go with a dry cell and wet cell batt connected and if i do a run from front to back should i also ground it to the chassis in the rear



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    what kind of car?
    If its Full frame, then grounding to the frame ion the rear should be ok, may not be optimal, but I doubt you would have any serious problems

    If its unibody than Id def do a negative run front to back



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmferio13 View Post
    how long should i go with a dry cell and wet cell batt connected and if i do a run from front to back should i also ground it to the chassis in the rear
    you could groud it and the amp(s) to the same place, may help you out some



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    its a 98 honda civic



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    another question am i replacing the existing wires when doing the big 3 or just adding the new wire



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmferio13 View Post
    another question am i replacing the existing wires when doing the big 3 or just adding the new wire
    wouldnt hurt to add it, but I doubt you have room
    Id do a pos and neg run front to back



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    Re: neg - (run) from front to rear

    does this help???



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