I will post pictures I would hate to see someone hook it up wrong . The positive should go to the post in the fuse box that has the 10 mm nut on it the ground I use is the bolt on the APM that is the unit closes to the firewall with the red cover on it . I've installed a bunch of them using the stud sticking up in the fuse box is the easiest to use also you don't even have to remove the nut just install another nut on top of the factory one with the trickle charger positive lead sandwiched in between them .
Hi HDDIgnore this - I will jump to the storing car for winter thread.
Cut off the clamps and get eyelets you need a crimping tool alsoI hate to recussitate a 2013 post to ask this, but after 9 years I finally bought a tender, and it has clamps, not eyelets, so when I clamp the positive terminal in the fuse box, I can’t close the fuse box, and therefore I also can’t close the hood. Anyone else had this problem, and (other than buy a proper tender with eyelets) what’s the solution? Can I go to Home Depot and buy an eyelet connector that I can somehow clamp on to?
Secondly: is it correct that I use “AGM” mode on the tender. It came with absolutely no instructions.