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Disable the Engine stop at Stop-light

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Yes. Just ensure you connect leads to the grounding rod and positive terminal on the battery.

Connecting both leads to the battery can ruin the battery sensor and backfeed the system. I have heard of some control modules being fried because of this, totally bricking a vehicle. Look at the manual...
Shouldn't it be at that grounding rod and the "remote" positive terminal (not directly to the battery terminal)?
 

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I had to jump my car the other day. I hadn't moved it in about two weeks and it just barely didn't have the power to turn it over. I found that grounding lug pretty easily when looking around for a spot to attach a ground. I'm glad to know it's the official spot. It was absolutely the easiest spot to use.
 
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