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Cant figure out how to wire a power acoustik 5 farad power cap.

It has 2 holes on both sides. one side is neg and the other side is possitive but it doesnt say input or output ans i dont know if im supposed to make the ground go from the car to the cap then to the amp or just from the car to the cap and leave the ground on the amp aloan

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    how dso i wire it in?

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Use to independent grounds always better that way. Better full field for power and less distortion. I like to use 4 guage or lower like 0 guage for high powered systems. Good luck, thanks for using FIX YA

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