AnswerID: 132587 Submitted: Saturday, Oct 01, 2005 at 00:36
(QUOTE) I know there are a million different opinions on these & after reading all af them, I'm still confused.(end quote)
Ok, so if your confused then I would say pay someone who is not confused to do the job for you.....
pay them about $250, (3 1/2 hours work)
battery tray $150? (maybe $250)
Pirahna BDE150S or better $260?
wiring and all connections $60
It's a really simple job to do ... if you know how to do it.... truly!
However if you make a mistake you could blow up any number of electrical devices with voltage spikes and short circuits....
as to using Pirahna v solenoid.....
I have had both in the same vehicle and now use a Rotronics system....
I only removed the pirahna because I can jump start the vehicle with the Rotronics system and change the cables (length and thickness of the leads) I removed the solenoid because I was not happy with its performance.
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FollowupID: 386916 Submitted:
Saturday, Oct 01, 2005 at 02:29
Member - Davoe (Widgiemooltha) posted:
I have had the solonoid system in a previos vehicle and some work vehicles - to say I was unimpressed would be an understatement - the first you know you have a stuffed battery is when it has thieved all the charge out of the good one and you cant start. My current vehicle has a soloniod in it but the previos owner obviosly came to the same conclusion as me and put a cole hersy type hella isolator
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