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post #1 of 3 Old January 10th, 2019, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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Battery Tender Cable Advice

I am not a good electrician number 1. Under the seat is a lot of wires and blocks and connectors, right? Basically I don't know what I am looking at but I can get to the battery and I know the +- terminals and I see the light accessories on the posts.

My question is: are these things wired for an easy connect for a Battery Tender Cable? Or do I need to add another accessory wire under the post nuts and run it out the box? Seems silly.

I have a 2016 BF 750 with PS.
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The old ones had an accessory plug in the rear but that became a connection for a backup light by 2007. I don't know of a prewired connection for a tender and had to put one on the battery for mine so...I would just do that and rout it do you can get to it easy.

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I have a 19 BF and it has a cover that covers the entire battery. It's kinda hard to wire to the battery with the cover on. i'm also trying to wire up my winch. i might just have to drill through the battery cover and do it like that. how are you guys getting around the battery cover?
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