yellow wire.

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  1. moj_podge_09_19

    moj_podge_09_19 New Member

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    Alright, i'm putting in my wiring for my battery to relocate it to the trunk. Ive got the starter relay in the trunk as well. Ive hooked up the battery wires to each side and the red/blue ign wire to the i terminal. Is this all that goes on the relay? Or does a yellow wire go there too? I think it does, so there's power going to everything but the starter when the engine is off. any ideas?
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    Wart I'm Mad as HELL and I'M not Gonna Take it ANYMORE! Founding Member

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    If it's the yellow wire I think your referencing , Yes, it's called the fusable link and its 'constant hot'.

    The yellow fusable link is the main power lead for the car. Without it nothing works.
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    thanks for the reply, hopefully it'll be running soon!

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