14 Apr Alternator B lead install with Littelfuse midi inline 80amp fuse
I decided to use the Littelfuse midi fuse inline older, with an 80amp fuse. The are much smaller, lighter, and don’t require me to drill another hole in the firewall. Here’s a comparison between the more conventional ANL fuse holder and the midi.
Comes with a cute cover, but it is not sealed from the elements. I doubt this will be a big issue.
Here’s the alternator end, with the Perihelion Design Whackjack installed. Eric does not make these any more, but I believe that they are just some zeners packaged nicely.
Added some split loom tubing over the whole thing to give a bit of protection to the cable, not that it needs it. Not sure if I will leave this on or not. It’s super light, and makes it look a bit cleaner. It will need some high temp zip ties on each end.
Getting two adel clamps bolted together is not easy, even with hemostats. Without knowing the hemostat trick, I doubt I would have ever been able to bolt these together. There is some slack in the wire to the right of the adel clamp to allow for engine movement.