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Old 01-10-2007, 11:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought a Electrical Grounding system, and the instructions for installation are a bit confusing... I should be able to get it, but if anyone has any tips I would appreciate it...
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Please dont say you paid more than $25.

What about the instructions is confusing you?
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Make sure to run one to the battery, the starter, alternator, throttle body, the block, and the ignition module.
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Make sure to run one to the battery, the starter, alternator, throttle body, the block, and the ignition module.
It's probably best if you do each one from the battery to everything jaxreno said...plus upgrade the stock battery to chassis
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No I actually only paid $12... But yeah I just wasn't sure if there was a distinct place on each engine piece, that I had to attach it to. But I also asked my friend and he basically said the same thing that Jax said... So thanks... and plus the instructions are pretty much non existant... But it makes sense now that I know that it doesn't matter where you hook each wire to...

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