Re: [DML] Wiring in some extra juice
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Re: [DML] Wiring in some extra juice

Wow... I think we've found another vehicle difference:  Mine has a
plastic panel as the ceiling of the battery compartment.  I've
uploaded a photo to the Yahoo group (last photo in main folder:
"#2894's battery box ceiling").  Here's an attempt at a link:

That green stuff seems to be an epoxy of some sort.  So, does your D
have a plastic panel with a hole in it, or no plastic panel, or what?


On 9/26/05, Ryan Wright <ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Greg,
> > proof) from my battery's top post to this area, but I just found out
> > the entire battery area is enclosed in plastic and fiberglass...
> > pretty well sealed.
> Unless there are differences in vehicles, your eyes are playing tricks
> on you. There is a link between the top of the battery compartment
> (inside) and the fuse/relay area above it. Open both locations, shine
> a bright flashlight into one of them and you should see light coming
> through the other.
> It's a pretty big area, I could get my fingers through it, but then I
> have small hands. There's a mess of wires in the fuse box area that
> hide it pretty well.

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