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Old 05-22-2019, 07:54 AM   #1
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Installing junction box for battery needed connections

I recently rebuild the engine harness in my 1987 Chevrolet V30. My goal is only have one wire running to each terminal on the battery, however with the newer accessories (H4 upgraded headlight harness, HD power window kit upgrade, etc.) I am finding this may be a challenge because all of these accessories are required to draw power from the battery.

I was going to install a Stud Type Plastic Junction Box in the engine compartment to run all these connections there. Is this how people are handling these type of situations?

Any tips or recommendations - I am all ears. Thanks everyone.
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