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Date:         Sat, 10 Mar 2001 02:05:47 +0900
Reply-To:     Yoshi <yoshi@C1.NETSPACE.OR.JP>
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From:         Yoshi <yoshi@C1.NETSPACE.OR.JP>
Subject:      Re: Battery Switch
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Tim said that: > I'm thinking about putting a second battery under the drivers seat, but I'm > afraid I'd kill both batteries if I left my lights on. Has anyone ever put a > switch in between the battery under the passenger seat and the driver seat. > If I put a switch in between the two I could activate the spare only when I > needed it. If so, let me know how you did it.

Look! This page will probably help you..


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