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accessory holes on the driver or passenger side?

Mounting some 882's 1 end has 1 hole and one has 3... will be running alternator and power steering only...

which side should I put the holes?
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3 holes goes on the drivers side. 1 hole goes on the passengers side.
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Thanx that's whay I thought
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Mounting some 882's 1 end has 1 hole and one has 3... will be running alternator and power steering only...

which side should I put the holes?
it will always be that way , what you need to know is what side the temp sensor you want it to go on .
them plugs are hard as heii to remove , so if you have a open outlet , put it where you need it .
them bolt holes are the same on each head .
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