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/forums/images/emoticons/smile.gif a voltmeter should be on a switched relay to keep your battery from running down... AND ...  on a large gauge fused  wire .. right to the battery positive to give you the closest reading...and as Zonk points out.. what a hassle!!!/forums/images/emoticons/tongue.gif... If you own a 1200.. with an installed EC harness... you have almost everything you need already.. The EC harness uses TWO large gauge wires to power the coils.. they are fused/forums/images/emoticons/wink.gif... and relayed at the rect/ reg to only turn on only  when the key is on... I tapped the voltmeter into  the output  of this  Electrical Connection relay... (voltmeters draw almost no current )... and it is only  .1 volt different from the "Actual " battery  voltage.. /forums/images/emoticons/emoticonsxtra/cooldj.gif Works for me  SilverDave
 
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