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The directions in that ad state to install it between the positive terminal of the battery and the positive battery cable. But I've always heard to install it on the ground side - which is consistent with the usual maintenance directions to remove the negative cable when working on a vehicle.
It's never had a problem in cold weather -- using it in a couple different trucks. Of course it doesn't get colder than about zero around here. There are several trucks with same system and never heard of an issue.What would happen to that switch in the winter when you crank up a nice cold Deuce to start it?
No, I really want to know.
I'm just guessing here but I think there is more during cranking than 50Amps.
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