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Summit Racing Battery Relocation Kit And Cutoff Switch Install - Back In The Box - CHP Step By Step
We Fill The Trunk With A Battery Relocation Kit And Cutoff Switch From Summit Racing
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Our Summit battery cutoff switch was a piece of cake to install. All we needed was a location, which happened to be the closest to the battery. We mounted the switch on the rear valance by drilling a 3/4-inch hole. Rode tightened the switch to the body and screwed on the handle.
Our Summit battery cutoff switch was a piece of cake to install. All we needed was a locat
It's mandatory to vent the battery. Since the battery is enclosed and sealed, we needed to drill the box and trunk for the vent tube, which was also included with the kit. Rode then drilled two 1/2-inch holes and we ran the tube from the box to the floor and cut off the excess tubing.
It's mandatory to vent the battery. Since the battery is enclosed and sealed, we needed to
The most difficult part of this install, if you can call it that, was routing the power cable to the starter from the battery box. Next, we routed the power cable from the back of the switch and ran it underneath the car. We made sure to keep the cable away from the exhaust tubing and headers. To hold the cable in place, we used zip ties and the supplied grommets.
The most difficult part of this install, if you can call it that, was routing the power ca
After routing the cable to the front of the car, we maneuvered the cable around the motor mount and in front of the fuel pump. From there we attached a new terminal to the end of the power cable and attached it to the starter. The cable was then locked down with a 9/16-inch socket.
After routing the cable to the front of the car, we maneuvered the cable around the motor
To complete the install, we needed to find a suitable location for the ground cable leading out from the battery. If you recall, we made two 1 1/4-inch holes in the trunk floor. Using the open hole, we ran the ground cable out the bottom of the trunk and to a frame bolt behind the rear bumper. After checking all of our fittings and cables we turned the switch to the "on" position and success!
To complete the install, we needed to find a suitable location for the ground cable leadin
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