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    Grounding wire, help. ?????

    Well before making a big decision I've decided to clean the grounding wire to see if it runs better. Nonetheless I really dont know how and I searched everywhere and could not find any "tutorials". I was just wondering if anyone knows where I can find a good tutorial on how to clean them.




    THanks everyone .

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    There is more than one ground wire. Regardless sandpaper or emery paper works fine. Clean the wire terminals and grounding point/battery terminal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    There is more than one ground wire. Regardless sandpaper or emery paper works fine. Clean the wire terminals and grounding point/battery terminal.
    hahaha this might be a stupid question but that is why there are people with experience and the new ones (*me*). Ok is there a picture or diagram I can get that shows where exactly those ground wires are located? sorry but im really new with the car thing.

    either way thanks for the info. BTW that is a cute baby. yours?

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    There's lots of grounds.. anywhere you see a wire that is connected to metal, that's a ground wire. Sand paper works good, but a wire brush is also very helpful.

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