Originally Posted by Champ
This thread got me thinking.
My battery and master solenoid are rear mounted with a #2 wire to the engine side of the firewall where it connects to the starter solenoid and ANL fused #8 line back into the cockpit buss.
Is the master solenoid at the battery enough protection on the #2 line or should it also have an ANL fuse? It would have to be a pretty big fuse to handle starter current.
Yes a contactor is considered a means of wire protection, when you open it you disconnect the circuit.
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