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    From a quick look i dont see where your splitter comes in, and both batteries will be supplying your starter.

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    Thank you for that1888....though I do know how they work....as I said , I wasn't sure from the description that Jody had included one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jody View Post
    All except the bit in bold. I've read I'm supposed to go
    Battery B +ive to Battery A+ive to busbar.
    Battery A-ive to Battery B -ive to earth on vehicle chassis.

    Is there a particular reason I shouldn't do that?
    No, amounts to the same thing, the only reason we keep single connnections in a vehicle is to minimise the effects of the chance of a wire becoming loose and you losing a connection.

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