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November 23, 2009


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A quick trawl of the web revealed both charger and module available for between 150 and 200 dollars which I think is well worth the money compared to replacing failed batteries prematurely.

Can you provide me with a diagram on how you connected the alternator module?


I no longer have the manual, but as I recal the connections are very straightforward and the wiring diagram that comes with the module lists out how these are made. It also tells you what size cables to use to avoid voltage drop. Do not use undersized cables or the performance of the unit will be disapointing.

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