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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-27-2002, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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more info needed

one problem fixed and now on to the next one lol, you guys sick of me yet lol,

the problem is my master cylinder seems to be leaking about every 3 weeks i got to fill it up, any ideas on the quick fix for this problem?

and now a request, how do i use a ford starter relay to run
dual batteries? and what is the therory behind it ? and how are other zuksters mounting them under hood? thought about hammering out the fender well on drivers side and mounting a plate there but thought i better ask first

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Re: more info needed

Brakes first. Inspect all 4 wheels and inside the drums for any indication of wet. Then all the
junctions for brake lines, then the master cyl. If that all looks good you may be sucking it into
the boster and into the engine, or leaking it inside under the dash.

Dual batteries: I use a Honda Gold Wing battery and it fit without hammering the wells. The starter
solonoid is for self jumping not chargeing the 2nd bat. tie the 2 + terminals together through the
soloniod and when it is activated by a dash switch, your jumped.

The chargeing is done thru a battery splitter you can buy at any chian auto store. What it does is
run 2 diodes with one common, and the wire going to the alt bat post (10 ga) moved from the alt
to one of the split posts, and a new wire going from the alt to the common, then the other split
post going to the 2nd bat

Here is a pic of my solonoid, don't mount it as high as I did, it comes too close to the hood.
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pic of the bat.
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Re: more info needed

this may be a little much to ask, but could you or someone else send me a diagram of the dual battery ford relay battery splitter set up? just so ill know exactly where each wire goes without burning my zuk to the ground


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Re: more info needed

Maddog there have been TONS of dual battery set ups, I am sure if you searched you would find tons of diagrams on it cause I sure as hell know I have seen tons of htem on this board..
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this is the message i been getting for several days now
when i try to use the search, thats why i been asking so many questions i wasnt able to search for them


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Oh I was just trying to get you a diagram asap, I really dont care how much a topic is repeated unlike other people... [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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