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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by cuttin-to-the-Max, Oct 4, 2012.
Sorry for the delayed response but its in a 2011 GMC 2500 HD
Sounds like i have some work to to tomorrow. Thanks
I have the same truck. I reading on the GM Upfitter site something about a diode has to be installed if you install an something that has draws high amps. It said something about the power surge could damage the trucks electronics. I will post the link if I can find it. If this was the case I would thing guys with plows would be having the same problem thou. I was thinking about putting a insert on my truck in the spring so keep us up dated.
Heavier duty guage battery cables, gen output cable, feed and ground cables, will greatly reduce the voltage drop.
Also higher output gen and largest group size battery will help reduce voltage drop.
Most of the wires i see look pretty heavy duty.... Also I have a Boss V on this same truck and have never had a problem with the truck... But we will see because this is the first year i will have both on one truck.