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Old 08-14-2019, 05:33 PM   #1
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Damon 2006 Challenger 348 Chevy Chassis Battery

My father-in-law had to take out the chassis battery but can't remember how to connect the cables. He says there's 4 cables, 2 red and 2 black. Can anyone tell me, in detail, how these are supposed to be connected to the chassis battery?
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My father-in-law had to take out the chassis battery but can't remember how to connect the cables. He says there's 4 cables, 2 red and 2 black. Can anyone tell me, in detail, how these are supposed to be connected to the chassis battery?
I don't know your model per say, but with that said, it is standard that Red wires go to the Positive side (+ side) of a battery, and Black wires go to the Negative side (- side) of the battery.

I assume you are talking about one 12 volt battery. This would be different if you were trying to wire two 12 volt batteries in series to make 24 volts. Or wiring two 6 volt batteries to make 12 volts.

If you are talking about one 12 volt battery, this should be a good rule of thumb. Assuming no one made there own modification. But, factory wiring usually always follow basic electrical 12 volt wiring.

NOTE: 120 volt house wiring is just the opposite. Black would be HOT and WHITE neutral.

Again, this just my humble opinion. I would not have a problem putting the two reds on Positive, and Blacks on Negative. Your choice. Good luck.
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