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Old 09-26-2004, 12:35 AM   #1
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Best spot to ground in trunk...?

Does anyone have a good spot to ground in the trunk where there is low current in the chasis. I am rewiring my car and was wondering. Thanks ahead of time.
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im too lazy to go out in the garage, sorry. but i believe mine is grounded on the rear deck or somewhere around the top of the trunk..sorry if that doesnt help much
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I dont think I am going to get my ground up top. I have to ground somewhere on the bottom of the trunk. Thanks though.
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What about the battery? It is in the trunk So just attach to it
I have my stuff attached to the chassis where this cable coming from the battery is mounted.

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I tried the battery and it didn't work to well.

I've got mine grounded along the back of the trunk. There are 3 bolts that bolt some beam on the frame. If you take the plastic battery cover off, you'll see what I am talking about under the plastic trim that holds the trunk light. That's the best ground point that I could find.
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I tried the battery and it didn't work to well.

I've got mine grounded along the back of the trunk. There are 3 bolts that bolt some beam on the frame. If you take the plastic battery cover off, you'll see what I am talking about under the plastic trim that holds the trunk light. That's the best ground point that I could find.
Alright thanks. I will check it out.
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