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SOURCE: installed battery - to + (Reverse)

IF U REVERSED POLARITY, UR PROBABLY GOING TO HATE URSELF!!! RED WIRE IS ALWAYS + AND WHITE WIRE IS ALWAYS -. WHEN THERE IS A BLACK AND RED WIRE PRESENT, RED IS ALWAYS + AND BLACK IS -. CONNECT UR BATTERY WIRES PROPERLY AND HOPEFULLY EVERYTHING WILL WORK FINE, IF NOT, CHECK UR FUSES...IF THEY'RE GOOD, THEN THE COMPUTER MOST LIKELY GOT FRIED...

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Installed battery - to + (Reverse)


IF U REVERSED POLARITY, UR PROBABLY GOING TO HATE URSELF!!! RED WIRE IS ALWAYS + AND WHITE WIRE IS ALWAYS -. WHEN THERE IS A BLACK AND RED WIRE PRESENT, RED IS ALWAYS + AND BLACK IS -. CONNECT UR BATTERY WIRES PROPERLY AND HOPEFULLY EVERYTHING WILL WORK FINE, IF NOT, CHECK UR FUSES...IF THEY'RE GOOD, THEN THE COMPUTER MOST LIKELY GOT FRIED...

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