Backyard Mechanic <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> "jimmy nguyen" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> ok this might be a stupid question . but im going to ask anyway.. i
>> have a 2001 mustang , and i want to change the battery cable and
>> upgrade the battery terminal..i see that on the positive side. there
>> are 2 cable connected to the terminal.. 1 from the fuse block and one
>> is from somewhere under the engine . i have no idea.. any way just
>> wondering can i move the cable from under the engine directly to the
>> fuse block.. because im using a new battery terminal call "centerpin"
>> .. and it only fit one cable.. just wondering if anybody out there
>> understand what im talking about. and does that setup work..
> That's a REALLY BIG cable, right?
> No offense, but if you're not capable of crawling under that car to see
> where that cable goes, you got no business dickin' around with the
> electrical setup.
> I assume that if I tell you that cable carries WAY more amps than your
> sound system, you'll understand the need for proper connections.
Just to 'make nice', I did a search on that terminal and came up with
Heh.. not available.. wonder what THAT means?
Hint: USUALLY means the mfr has had more complaints than the product is
IN OTHER WORDS... just spend your money on a cold air intake or
"tornado" or more neon.
Assume you already have some...
Gotta go now, and take my Midol...
Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
you pay..DEAL with it!