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54 minutes ago, Redfishin321 said:

Heres my engine bay, i wipe it down every week, it looks like it rolled off the adsembly line.. So ive ruled dirt out of the equation


So prey do tell how one goes about relocating the battery.

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15 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

I split the topic out so this can fork out with a new conversation.

I see. Thank you.

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If I were to want to relocate my batteries I would first find a new place for them.

Next I would look into the possible need for increased wire gauge to compensate for increased voltage drop.

Find a way to mount the batteries where you want them and they wont move around, then, run wires of calculated gauge to the new mounting location.

If you don't adjust for increased voltage drop there may be an issue with cranking and/or charging capability.

I am curious why you want to move the battery in the first place though


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Just guessing here, but I like the location of the air filter more forward in the engine bay. Maybe not enough to do it. But from the looks of the OP's engine bay he must like it. I also wonder if the OP knows that this got split off from the original thread??

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