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      12-10-2011, 04:44 AM   #23
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Per my parts guy there is no replacement fuse bar. you have a p/n?

The whole assembly is like 75 USD, right?
It is between $40 and $50, depending on the humor of the dealer... P/N 61146971370.
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      12-10-2011, 10:01 AM   #24
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BTW. all ports were live on mine. Maybe because i have "stronger electrical supply" on my build sheet? 2011 335d if you want to look up on real oem
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I want to use the single left most connector for an amp.. can someone confirm for me I need: 12520007168

from here: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...43&hg=12&fg=32

and: 61136920092 (metal connector..)

Thanks.
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So if you buy these connectors, you can use either 4 gauge or 8 gauge? They plug right into the block? Do you need to have the ground off the battery before plugging them in?

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The female plug are made for 8g rather than 4g. But you can always "make" it fit.
See attached picture to compare the plug vs 4g wire.

Also keep in mind, the wire runs are fairly short so most installs can get away with 8g.


As for unplugging the gnd before plugging the pos side in , it depends if there is a load on the otherside. But might as well make it a habit and unplug it. From what I observed, you only lose trip meter and mpg calculations with negative terminal disconnected..
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So if you buy these connectors, you can use either 4 gauge or 8 gauge? They plug right into the block? Do you need to have the ground off the battery before plugging them in?

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The female plug are made for 8g rather than 4g. But you can always "make" it fit.
See attached picture to compare the plug vs 4g wire.

Also keep in mind, the wire runs are fairly short so most installs can get away with 8g.


As for unplugging the gnd before plugging the pos side in , it depends if there is a load on the otherside. But might as well make it a habit and unplug it. From what I observed, you only lose trip meter and mpg calculations with negative terminal disconnected..
There is another pn ending in 94 instead of 92 that accomodates larger gauge wire
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So if you buy these connectors, you can use either 4 gauge or 8 gauge? They plug right into the block? Do you need to have the ground off the battery before plugging them in?

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The female plug are made for 8g rather than 4g. But you can always "make" it fit.
See attached picture to compare the plug vs 4g wire.

Also keep in mind, the wire runs are fairly short so most installs can get away with 8g.


As for unplugging the gnd before plugging the pos side in , it depends if there is a load on the otherside. But might as well make it a habit and unplug it. From what I observed, you only lose trip meter and mpg calculations with negative terminal disconnected..
There is another pn ending in 94 instead of 92 that accomodates larger gauge wire
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There is another pn ending in 94 instead of 92 that accomodates larger gauge wire
I'd rather use the one with the smaller hole and make it fit
That's what i did
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And I moved it to my new car

2x 4 gauge power cables
I'm a huge fan of overdoing it when it comes to cables
4 gauge for power
10 gauge speaker wire for subs
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I'd rather use the one with the smaller hole and make it fit
That's what i did
Twice
And I moved it to my new car

2x 4 gauge power cables
I'm a huge fan of overdoing it when it comes to cables
4 gauge for power
10 gauge speaker wire for subs
I did the same thing but no reason for guys not to get the larger diameter MAK-8 connector. The female socket is the same, just the arms which grab the wire that are larger.
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There is another pn ending in 94 instead of 92 that accomodates larger gauge wire
Oh cruds, thanks for the tip..
Wish I knew that earlier. It would have saved a lot of time and solder. ( Yes, I did get the 4g soldered on to that tiny pin. )
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