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I need to know where the 3 cables goes to which 3 bolts on the positive side of battery at the fuse block terminal on a 2009 Nissan Titan?

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i posted 2 video the first on is a generic the second look at it maybe you will see the wire your looking for

Posted on Apr 08, 2015

  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2015

    I really appreciate the videos, but neither of them show me where all 3 cables hook up to .I have already blowed a $60 fuse for hooking it up wrong, the part didn't come with no drawing of anything.

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    what 3 cable you change the therminal give me more info



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