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This is a discussion on HELP! Alternator wire! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; The main battery ground runs under the TMIC and bolts to the top back of the block close to the ...

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    The main battery ground runs under the TMIC and bolts to the top back of the block close to the starter. The smaller ground to the fender is just a chassis ground.
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    thanks donkey, thats the one i was talking about... i figured it out by the end of that night but i thought id come and thank you anyway lol
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    Sorry to revive an old thread but I had the same problem. On mine, I think the bolts werent tight enough and cost it to short out?

    Anyways, right now, its temporarily fixed. I went to the parts store the other day and completely forgot the name of the specific part(cable that connects battery and alternator). Same part in Jerembo's photo?

    Its definitely not the front harness. Someone can shed light into this please?

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