Agreed - just done mine and there was a 50 amp fuse going spare on the strip just in front of the battery. I also found that there is a connector on the top of the starter and the blue wire is the right one for triggering your relay if you are not using a VSR. Just need to use a snap-lock connector and job's a good 'un.....Find the battery under bonnet (right hand side). There's some wiring going through a long rubber gromit above and left of the battery. Alternately my split charge picks up from the fuse box under the dash. It was professionally done, though it's not the best system.