Dwight Lindsey Posted October 8, 2022 Share Posted October 8, 2022 I've just changed our house batteries from flooded lead acid to Litihium Ion Phosphate. I installed three 206 amp batteries. In order to get them to fit I needed to remove the pull out battery tray. So . . . I had to remove the chassis batteries as well. Unfortunately, I didn't note the position of one of the wires connected to the chassis battery. It connects to a wall mounted fuse and the other side of that fuse disappears into a hole in the corner of the battery box. In the attached picture, the wire with the yellow plastic that's connected to the wall mounted fuse, connects to the battery. Positive terminal or negative terminal? I suspect that this is a transmission related wire, but I don't know that for sure. Advice? Dwight Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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