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Unread 02-04-2015, 06:05 PM   #21
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2 amp trickle charger is a good idea
Friend owns a stereo shop and figured I'd run 2 gauge incase I ever added an amp.

I have 0 gauge on my main batteries.
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Unread 07-17-2015, 09:39 AM   #22
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Default Re: Wire a 12v battery

Great thread I found while searching for wire size, etc.

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If you aren't going with a massive high amperage charger I would recommend simplifying your schematic and using the 12v socket to also charge the battery. Simply wire in a 12v socket plug to your charger.
if you look at my diagram my solar charger is on a 12v plug
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Default Re: Wire a 12v battery

I dont see a relay in your diagram. If i wired mine to a 12v spare battery in the bagwell, and wanted the radio or other auxillary stuff to turn off with the key, would i just use an automotive relay to trigger the block? I think thats what i did on my Nomad when i mounted the system in the fairing.

To keep stereo memory, id have to run a direct power line straight to the battery for that one constant cable correct? I do this stuff so few and far between i rarely remember what i did and why.

I have a 2005 precedent, and it has a factory (im assuming) light kit, but hate that they can be turned on regardless of the key position.
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i don't use relays

yes a relay to key will work

yes memory wire direct to battery

you can splice in an on/off switch to the lights

lights available anytime is the standard
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let me correct this ... you would need a 36v relay to trigger from the key assuming your 05 pres is 36v
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