Question about Monster Cable Monster 300 Digicap Stiffening Capacitor
There sould be two post one for a positive and one for a ground, connect the wire from your battery to the positive, then run another wire from the cap to the amp. For the ground run a wire from your car body (the shorter the better) to the ground post on the cap, then you can run a ground from the cap to your amp OR you can run a ground from the car body to the amp (whichever may be easier for you) Remember to disconnect the ground from your battery before wiring, this will help prevent arching wires and damage to your system.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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