Capacitor Hook up


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Username: Bayrent88

Post Number: 2
Registered: Jul-06
i know that to hook the capacitor you have to have two connections on the power side of the capacitor. but can you use a distribution block to hook it up? do you just split the battery wire and hook one side up to the cap and the other to the amp??? please help me it is drivin me crazy!!!!! thanks

Silver Member
Username: Johnny619

San Diego, CA

Post Number: 165
Registered: Dec-05
if you want to hook up the capacitor to the
d-block, then power from battery to cap, another wire from cap to d -block and ground it/

If u want to just use the cap for the amp then, power wire from battery to d-block, split one of the power wire to cap, from cap to amp.

either way u want, the power wire from battery is going to be to the cap and another wire from the cap to amp or d-block

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Username: Redliner

Wilmington, Ma

Post Number: 2103
Registered: Jun-05
all you need to do is take the power wire from the battery to one side of the cap. Take the ground wire has to be a dedicated one(not the same one as the amp) hook it up same side as the power wire. Then you run fomr the positve on the other side run it to the amp
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