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Took my batteries off now cant rember how they go! Help!

Like the title says, took my batteries out to put on new fenders and now I forget how they go. Some help would be awesome, what battery do I hook up first the one on the passenger side or drivers side? And what terminals do the connections go to. Not sure if the batteries are supposed to be paralleled or in series?

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Batteries go in parallel (series would give you 24V DC). The huge battery clamp on the passenger side is the positive cable, and the cable leaving it and going to the drivers side is also positive. Doesn't really matter which you hook up first.
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