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I'm starting this thread as more of a learning thing for the general populace out there feel free to contribute comment etc. please keep on point though

the subject speaks for itself and we all have the struggle. parasitic losses hit in many many ways from bad grounds and old weak cables to poorly crimped or soldered connections to improper wire sizing corrosion piss poor design shorts and on and on ......its a tough job keeping ahead of especially because unlike many other things on our vehicle this is happening with time nothing but preventative maintenance and forward thinking can stem the tide of time and then its only a stop gap. here we will discuss connection techniques both in the industry and in our garage

theres bound to be something for everyone here.

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