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I bought a Kury Led Battery Gauge over the winter, along with a host of other electrical 'goodies'and am just getting around to installing it along with a revamped auxiliary wiring system, employing 2 fuse blocks.

I know it is best to install it directly to the battery for the truest reading, but I have a lot of wires going to the terminals now. Connecting it directly to the battery would mean that it is 'hot' all the time and would be a slight drain on the battery.

Seeing as I already have a lot of wires going to my battery terminals for my revamped aux wiring, I figured I would be better off wiring itto one of my 2 added fuse blocks.

Anyone see any problems with this method? :baffled:





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hi dusty any power sorce will do better if it works off something that shuts down when the ignation is turned off it just takes a little longer to get the correct voltage reading about 5 sec
 

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Thanks Pete.

That was the line of my thinking. I have installed a new Compu-Fire, so no worries about having enough amps to power things.



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