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Old 12-20-2011, 06:53 PM
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53 f100 6v battery cable hookups.

Does anyone have a diagram of the original battery cable hookups? I am more interested in the positive side and how it mounts. I am starting to wonder if my setup is wrong.
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Being a 6 volt positive ground it should bolt to the frame close to the battery. Make sure you don't have paint or rust at that point...
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It should be connected to the engine, like the intake manifold. From the engine, a separate strap should go to the frame and another to the cab. Those don't need to be that heavy (#12 is fine).
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Battery cable hookups.

That's what's shown in the parts catalog. The ground strap is part # FDE 14301-B and connects to one of the bolts which fasten the starter solenoid to the frame. There is another cable listed: FDA 14301-A which presumably is an engine to battery ground strap but it's unclear where it connects.




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Being a 6 volt positive ground it should bolt to the frame close to the battery. Make sure you don't have paint or rust at that point...
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