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    Big 3 using postive jumper terminal

    So my Enclave's battery is behind the passenger seat not in the engine bay, but there is a positive jumper there. I figure that it is always connected to the postive of the battery wo would there be an issue running a 2ga from the alt to the jumper?

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    Re: Big 3 using postive jumper terminal

    I dont see how it could hurt

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    Re: Big 3 using postive jumper terminal

    well, that's only half of the issue. the wire gauge of the factory wire from that post to the battery is also important if you're adding a system. you want to size that post-batt wire for whatever you want for power wire/draw. likely it's not much larger than 4awg.

    i'd upgrade the wire from the post to the battery with 1/0 if you want to make a difference.

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