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Battery relocation, alternator question

Hi im currently doing a battery relocation and i am stuck on what to do with the alternator wiring. So the old black and red wire that goes from alt to fuse box bolt is what im trying to figure out were to stick in or leave out. I am running 2 separate 1/0 power wires from Battery to ALT and from BAT to starter, because i was told thats how you make the car shut off when you cycle the master switch to off position. If its interconnected the car will run off the altenator. So the question is, what do i do with the little green wire that orriginaly goes to fuse box and what should i do with the old power supply cable " black n red" from alt to fuse box? Any input on my project would greatly help, thanks.

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