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Old 03-05-2002, 01:04   #1 (permalink)
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relocating battery

How hard or how much would it cost to relocate the battery to the boot in an EL falcon.

Is it even possible??
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can't imagine any real problems
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kits are made for such purposes.. maybe not for the EL itself but a length of cable, and a battery box plus whatever brackets .. try a performance shop
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y its possible... take it to your nearest taxi depot they usually run the battery in the boot... so they'll have done plently and won;t ripp you off either
**find the installeers of the meters and stuff their your men
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The cables need to be twice the size as standard due to voltage drop & longer cables,say 35*mm atleast..
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thanks guys im not sure if i will bother doing it or not yet but it would be good to get that ugly rust causing p o s out of sight and in a box were it cant do any damage.
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