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    Big 3, is this correct?

    This runs to my positive.


    Ground from negative. That was the piece I cut for my amp, just noticed. Cutting a shorter piece for it later.


    Engine block ground.


    Bonus big three battle scar.


    All correct?







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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    is that wire jsut screwed into the body of the trunk ?



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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    Washer/bolt, but yes. It's secure, is that correct?




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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montana View Post
    Washer/bolt, but yes. It's secure, is that correct?
    You should try to get a better ground from the block to the chassis.. No paint. Solid hold direct contact with chassis, ECt.



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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ssteele18 View Post
    You should try to get a better ground from the block to the chassis.. No paint. Solid hold direct contact with chassis, ECt.
    yeah. Looks like ur just on the fender there. One of the 4 strut tower nuts would probably be better.




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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    i hate that scar wtf did you do lol....

    thats right but go to the frame for a ground and ground the alt case to the frame as well. and make that ground as short as possible.




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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by heebs 09gts View Post
    yeah. Looks like ur just on the fender there. One of the 4 strut tower nuts would probably be better.
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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ssteele18 View Post
    You should try to get a better ground from the block to the chassis.. No paint. Solid hold direct contact with chassis, ECt.
    One of those 4 bolts that are seen in the top middle of the picture? It's sanded on all contact points of the current ground, meters out at 0.0, but I'll switch it if you all seem to suggest it so strongly.




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    Re: Big 3, is this correct?

    Yeah that picture. Not to mention the wire would be half the length. Im sure it would be fine the way it is, just I wouldnt do it like that.




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