No problem Jim! This whole two battery thing leaves me scratching my head most of the time. I got a Prius that I drive and I believe I got my head wrapped around that fairly well but for some reason the Jeep just confuses me. Say I'm going to install a stereo... wait, this is a Jeep it needs to be a Jeep thing, light bar! Say I'm going to install a light bar. Most of the time the first step on any set of directions I don't read says to disconnect the battery. In the JL do I need to disconnect both batteries? From that video it looks like I would. Not something I would have thought I needed to do.Thanks
@MrMischiefIn my defense I did come back with an edit to provide a video I knew existed that I think will help. I'm only a PITA most of the time.
See.... I'm more comfortable disconnecting the PDC than I am with removing the fender. I have a habit of breaking those fender clips, find them annoying to source, and I really struggle with disconnecting the wire. The PDC looks intimidating but it's not that much of an issue. I suppose when I break the PDC it's going to be $600 rather than just getting complaining about some clips, so you're probably right.....Examples..... you don't need to pull the PDC to get to the Aux battery ...you can but not the smartest or recommended way.