Our cables are built from cast copper terminals using 2 gauge SAE SGT battery cable for the starter and engine block ground. The chassis (body) ground is #6 ga wire. The fuse block is a #4 gauge. These are larger than the stock wire to lower resistance and improve cranking. We seal the connection with heavy wall adhesive lined heat shrink. In the picture at left, compare the thickness of the wires. Note the stock cable doesn’t have any heat shrink sealing the connection. Anti-corrosion bolts and battery washers are also included.
Fuse block cables are a larger wire with heavy duty ends for lower resistance (#4 wire shown).
Alternator wires come with a fuse link. The fuse link is a protection device like a circuit breaker. Beware of cheap kits that do not include fuse link.
The stock 2-hole fuse block connector (Jeep 2002 TJ shown) has the battery cable and the alternator wire ganged together.
We replace that by separating the wires and putting a heavy duty 90-degree end on each one. Together, the 2 cables work to replace the goofy Jeep 2 hole connector.
2 gauge positive battery cable with 4 ga fuse block lead (standard automotive top post).
2 gauge negative battery cable with 6 gauge chassis ground (standard automotive top post terminal)
6 gauge alternator cable with fuse link (for stock alternator - contact us for aftermarket high output alternators). The fuse link is a protection device like a circuit breaker. Beware of cheap kits that do not include a fuse link.
anti-corrosion battery washers. Batteries leak acidic fumes around the post. Use these washers to help prevent corrosion.
Battery terminal covers optional. See the bottom of this page.
Alternator cover optional. See the bottom of this page.
Loom optional. See the bottom of this page.
Jeep Liberty KK - 2008-2013 3.7L PowerTech V6 Mil Cable Set #24472