More wiring questions

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by neverdown, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. neverdown

    neverdown Member

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    I have two different wiring diagrams, both show a different way to do this.
    Not having a 30amp breaker ( or relay ), I have two 15amp in-line. I have the regulator to the copper pole on the 1st breaker and the starter on the copper pole on the 2nd breaker ( this is the battery wire that hooks to the starter additionally, where the positive battery cable hooks to the starter ) The battery is to the silver pole on the 1st breaker and the battery at ignition switch is to the silver on the 2nd breaker. I hope this is understandable? Do I have it right?
    Thanks again, your advise has been a big help so far.

    The thing I like about this forum, you get quick responses without the flaming you get on other forums...you know, being treated like you are a idiot.
     
  2. dangerdan

    dangerdan Junior Member

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    2 in-line 15amp fuses will only provide 15amp protection and will not provide 30amp protection, if thats what is required.

    If you need 30amps get a 30 amp fuse
     
  3. neverdown

    neverdown Member

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    Ok, thanks, will do that. But what about my wiring...does it sound correct?
     
  4. dangerdan

    dangerdan Junior Member

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    Sorry guy , all I know is the the fuse thing.
     
  5. Apyle

    Apyle Junior Member

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    Usually the breakers are labeled which goes where one says "bat" on it.
     
  6. neverdown

    neverdown Member

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    I got the wiring all done, turns out the battery is shot anyway. Starter goes clank, clank, clank, not enough battery to start it ( I had it load tested ) so I assume that so far, the wiring is correct.
    Thanks all!