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Old 07-26-2009, 09:34 AM   #1
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Ground Wire Diagram and/or Ground Wire Kits

Can anyone please provide a diagram of all the grounding points on an 01 Maxima?

Also, does anyone know of a place online or store location that sells 4 or 8 gauge grounding kits for Maxima's?

I've searched around and found activetuning.com, but they no longer seem to be carrying these kits in stock anymore...

http://www.activetuning.com/products...KT/gallery.php


If no kits are available online, then I'll probably have to measure and go the custom route I guess.

But just to ask, hs anyone done a custom ground wire job on there Max already, with measurements included?

I searched around, but all I found was this link from Scottwax...

http://forums.maxima.org/5th-generat...questions.html


If anyone can relay a link or provide any info on this, it would be very much appreciated as my battery is on its last leg and I want to put in all new grounds before I replace the battery itself.

Thanks in advance.
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If your stock grounding points are all in good shape, a grounding kit isn't going to help much at all. Just start by cleaning up everything that's already there before you've got wires running all around the engine bay.
No, they are pretty corroded all around, which is why Im going to replace them before installing a new battery.

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If you must go the grounding kit route, why don't you just get a roll of wire, a handful of connectors and do everything as you go? That way you can choose where you want the ground wires to go, rather than relying on someone else's design.
Already thought about this as stated per my original post, however, if someone has already provided a diagram and/or how to, then I dont see any problem with using someone else design as a guide to help me and fellow org members along the way.

Do you happen have a link or diagram of all the ground points on an 01, (perhaps its in the FSM?), and/or the measurements for each wire?

Thanks again for your help.

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from a search of the site I came across this thread might be helpfull on the grounding points http://www.activetuning.com/products...stallation.php
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from a search of the site I came across this thread might be helpfull on the grounding points http://www.activetuning.com/products...stallation.php

Perfect!

Thank you very much, Ghost.

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