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Old 10-13-2009, 10:47 PM   #1
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so i was installing ground wires on a friends max......and so i tryed following the same ground points that i have on my 3000gt vr4......only wires i have left are 2..which on my 3000gt were alternator to the frame...and tranny bolt to the battery..can anyone help with pics or anything to find these bolts or where they are located? or any other points to use...thanks guys
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Old 10-15-2009, 12:48 AM   #3
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another good one is where the starter bolts upt o the tranny
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:31 AM   #4
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I agree with the SEARCH ... this has been covered almost as many times as SeeFoam! * and NO, don't even ask what SeeFoam is ... how it works ... what it does ... or anything even close -

There's a Neg terminal on your battery, try that! You can use any place on the trans or the engine, find a spot and clean it well, strap your wire on and go.
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Pathetic grounding designs...

The negative battery terminal and factory grounding points are your friends. Add the transmission into the loop and you're done.
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I agree with the SEARCH ... this has been covered almost as many times as SeeFoam! * and NO, don't even ask what SeeFoam is ... how it works ... what it does ... or anything even close -

There's a Neg terminal on your battery, try that! You can use any place on the trans or the engine, find a spot and clean it well, strap your wire on and go.

i know what seafoam is..im not a noob wit cars...just this search features kinda hard to find s*** sometimes
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:44 AM   #7
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LOL .... I hear ya man. Sometimes setting the 'priorities' at the bottom left can help. Also, hitting just the 4g forums is a plus too.
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