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I just had the ground wire on the ecu burned how do i run another ground wire to it and did it mess anything else up

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To ground old wiring, verify that the electrical box has ground access by placing one lead of the lamp tester in the small (hot) outlet hole and the other lead in the neutral hole. More here: http://www.ehow.com/how_8170820_ground-old-wiring.html.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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