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Old 10-28-2011, 11:30 PM
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Big 3 upgrade:

Alternator to Fuse Box
Fuse Box to +Battery
-Battery to Ground

This allows the maximum current flow from the power supply, through all the devices, and back to the battery. You should also remember to put a fuse or breaker as close to the alternator as possible as you are removing the OEM fusable link. You want to put a fuse big enough to handle the output of your alternator at max RPM; and I believe the OEM for the '03s was in the 130-140amp range.
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