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Rewiring 1962 fj40 Need lots of help

 
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Zilmy



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 6:36 pm    Post subject: Rewiring 1962 fj40 Need lots of help Reply with quote

Hi I am new to this and new to electrics I am doing up a 1962 Toyota fj40 with a HZ Holden 253 and have started to rewire the whole car from scratch all old electric have been scrapped . I have a lot of questions I'll start at the beginning and see what happens .
1 The Battery leads . Iv googled a lot and have been told multiple different story's and no wiser for the efforts . But the + cable I have running to the starter motor . My battery is located under passenger seat I will get lengths and sizes I have .

Q1 what's the best size cable for this I have a really big wire will measure it soon and let you know the size .

Q2 best size for negative cable I have my big wire going to the mounting bolt on the starter motor and also a smaller one going to chassis is that ok ? I have been told that main cable is the only wire that should go to negative terminal ?

Q3 . Alt wire should this go to the starter or back to battery ?

I have a lot more questions but will start with this see if anyone is willing to help me with info I will get my info and measurements and drawings of what Iv done so far and get back on here
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