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Unread 12-15-2015, 07:21 PM   #61
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*GASP*

Just kidding, do you still have the stock wire going through the OBC?
LoL hey I actually thought about drilling that hole bigger hahahaha I told y'all I'm a newbie haha. I guess that Would have been a HUGE mistake.
I do still have the wire but it's not through the hole. It's on the garage floor.
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Unread 12-15-2015, 07:22 PM   #62
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They are the 2 smaller than cable 10g wires that go to the motor.

The spade terminals where they connect on the control may well be marked F1 and F2.
I will check tomorrow and see......man I hate having to take all these batteries out again!
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Unread 12-15-2015, 07:23 PM   #63
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Oh gosh, that would have been a $100-$200 mistake.
Anyway, that wire really needs to go through the OBC, that is what controls the charger. It records how much 'juice' is lost while driving. Did you get a wire kit or make your own cables?
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I will check tomorrow and see......man I hate having to take all these batteries out again!
You just need to get to the controller, and I'm not sure where that is on a Precedent. Do you have to take all the batts out?
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I think they are orange and blue, you can't miss them...
Cool. I'll check it out tomorrow.
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Oh gosh, that would have been a $100-$200 mistake.
Anyway, that wire really needs to go through the OBC, that is what controls the charger. It records how much 'juice' is lost while driving. Did you get a wire kit or make your own cables?
I bought the cables...the cable itself would fit through the hole just not the connector at the end of it.I guess I could cut the end off and then the cable would fit through the hole.....crimp another connector on it after I run the cable through the hole?
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I bought the cables...the cable itself would fit through the hole just not the connector at the end of it.I guess I could cut the end off and then the cable would fit through the hole.....crimp another connector on it after I run the cable through the hole?
Exactly, that's what a lot of guys do. Or you could make a stud kit with a bolt, but that introduces more connections into the system.
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Unread 12-16-2015, 11:24 AM   #68
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I bought the cables...the cable itself would fit through the hole just not the connector at the end of it.I guess I could cut the end off and then the cable would fit through the hole.....crimp another connector on it after I run the cable through the hole?
Cable must go through OBC in some form. This link gives some options, but if the cable will fit through, that is the way I would go.

Cable upgrade with OBC
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Unread 12-21-2015, 09:54 PM   #69
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Quick update.....as it turns out my 2 gauge cables would not fit through the computer. I thought they would if I cut the connector off but I was incorrect. I decided to create the stud bolt that was described on a previous post. after installing the plum quick bandit and new wires I'd say my speed is avg 17-18 mph(with stick wheels & tires). I would hit 20mph if going downhill. Before the plum quick motor I was averaging about 12-13mph if I remember correctly. All in all I figure after i install my lift and tires I'll be faster. I'll keep everyone posted. Thanks
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