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mobi58

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If I run a wire through an anderson plug from my house batteries to my Suzuki, is there any problem with overcharging the Suzuki battery ?
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Sorry cant help on that one best ask Google there will be someone on there with
an answer I'm sure.

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Poor lad waits a year to do the first post, a very good question and I can't help [sad-face-with-tears-smiley-emoticon]

However here's a couple of videos which might give a clue, as it looks far from straight forward, it's really more caravan oriented I think. 





This is more local.



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Thanks for the prompt replies, still working on the best option
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I thought a simple wire might have done it, that's how I keep my VB alive (when parked), I run a wire from the LB to the VB with a 10amp fuse, (fuse will blow if you try to start the engine) had that on several vans with no problems, I can;t think why that wouldn't work.

Here's where I got the idea> http://www.motts.org/BRIDGING%20FUSE.htm

Also this 
https://www.practicalcaravan.com/forum/technical/53251-battery-charging-whilst-towing

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2007 Citroen Relay XLWB self build
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I passed the question onto the self build forum and this is a link to the responses.

https://www.diymotorhome.co.uk/community/threads/charging-the-toad.1657/#post-21868

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