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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-13-2001, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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Batt. disconnect switch location

Im gonna run some new wire (i bought some 1/0 welding cable) for the power and ground and the body ground also. Im also gonna use a Batt. disconnect switch. But i cant seem to find a good place to mount the thing inside my samurai. Has anybody else mounted one. If so where. Any ideas greatly appreciated.

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Re: Batt. disconnect switch location

how bout the glove box

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Re: Batt. disconnect switch location

I had one on my FJ40. I put it on the passenger side fire wall, up high. It made it easy to wire and out of sight.

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Re: Batt. disconnect switch location

I put a big knife switch right on the negative post of my battery. It's not hidden, but it sure comes in handy!

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Re: Batt. disconnect switch location

be careful about putting it in the glove box, as you might inadvertantly hit it and then wonder for months why your zook won't start....

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