Looking deeper, you have 3 ANLs doing the job of one. Depending on the physical layout of your wires, I think this can be reduced.
For example, the ANL shown next to the alternator implies that you are using it to limit the output of the alternator. The purpose of an ANL is to protect the wire from the battery if the alternator or wire short-circuits, hence it should be located closer to the battery end, like where you use one for the Diodes. This also means that you could double up the function and eliminate one ANL.
Same analysis applies for the third ANL, depending on wiring.
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