Originally Posted by MrRTJ24
I've suggested this to others and it seems to help. I'm not sure it'll help you but after grounding ur batt to the engine block, I'd ground the engine to frame. The way your doing it is your grounding the engine through your batt then ur batt and engine are grounded to the frame through the batt. Which puts more pressure on your batt.
How I did the big three is ground batt to engine. Then ground engine to frame. Then upgrade and throw away the old positive wire.
it does make a difference if you know where to look for the change.
i i do this, but i take it just one more step further and make 3 point connections for both polarities along with a secondary 12v+ cable from front fuse and dbl ground in rear
engine ground--->frame ground--->batt ground---v
^_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _l
alt--->batt---> dual front fuse input---v
this has solved some of my accessory issues from the past, and imo, it also helps distribute the power more evenly on heavy draw so the components (batt, alt, amp) are less prone in fighting for current among themselves.
p.s., never take away from the factory wiring, always replace, even if you think you dont need it
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