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I was thinking that it would be a pretty cool idea to have some external battery terminals for easier access for jump-starting Chevys. :toothless
The problem is that my battery is really obscured and there is no way to hook jumper cables to the terminals.

Nah, well I just wonder if anyone has anyplace good in mind or any suggestions on where to put the terminals so that they are easily accessible when i need them and not so in the way any other time.
 

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Oh gosh, what a noob mistake. sorry. It's a 1986.
 

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That is awesome! Fireguy, from now on, you're my go-to guy for Bronco electronics. I have had to figure so much stuff out alone with manuals and diagrams, and I still get it wrong sometimes.
 

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I found some maid by Morosco, online. they were $45. Cant wait to install some on my truck. Will work with the winch I am going to get too.
 

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It is very nice having an external plug for cables



If you look centered between the passenger side KC lights on the grill guard towards the top of the grill

 

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I found some maid by Morosco, online. they were $45. Cant wait to install some on my truck. Will work with the winch I am going to get too.
Be careful, as they aren't all the same size. If you have a Warn winch, it probably won't plug into the Moroso connector.
 

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My disconnect was made by Anderson Power Products, they are color coded.
Red / Blue / Gray and you can't plug them into the other colors.
I had Blue a few years ago, but I now have Gray because it blended in more.

I'm going to add these to my site: http://rjminjectiontech.com/?p=22
 
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