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DanByrd2

Wishin I knew more about electrical

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Just dreading what I have in my future. I don't remember having all this mess of wire everywhere in my previous truck. Ugh... Battery terminals have screws jammed in them on the passenger side to keep everything snug. :doh: 

 

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I am glad I had mine since it was new. I am still lacking in the electrical dept but at least I put in what ever is there.

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Nothing is every attach to my batteries. All hooked up in the PDC box where it should be. My batteries are clean. Too bad your in Texas I would be more than happy to fix that mess and make it go away. 

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I'm almost considering saving up a chunk of money and taking it somewhere very reputable with electrical. 

 

The mechanical side of things I'm comfortable with, electrical I'm not. I ordered new battery terminals last night, I plan on doing WT's mod. Then I may try n figure out what all this mess is. Or I may let someone knowledgeable do it for me... I

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W-T mod is very very simple. Not hard at all. I've done 3 vehicles now and can complete the project in mere 1.0 to 1.5 hours. As long as all the materials are present. 

 

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29 minutes ago, DanByrd2 said:

Then I may try n figure out what all this mess is.

take it one wire at a time,  Pick a wire, follow it, see what it powers.  If you don't need or use it remove it.  If needed rout the wire next to existing wire harness and cover them with a split wire loom for a clean install and terminate them in the PDC or add an auxiliary fuse box.like the one shown below.

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