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Loosing power got a short connection between battery and altenator. Not sure if this is the problem

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I have a 91 dodge Dakota,i replace the battery and altenator and the battery drain's when running.they told me too run a wire from the battery side of the altenator to the pos battery side what do I do with the other wires...please help have to work in the am

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Use agood size wire or small cable and run from large post on back of alternator to hot post(positive)of battery ,this will do the same thing sometimes they put ome parts that just get buy to do the job,this will do the job if not replace alternator

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