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Where dose the ground lead to from the gas pump on a 1988 jeep comanche

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Ground lead goes to ground. Chassis is a good ground. I think I understood your post, but it really makes little sense!

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Ground is achieved through the taillight harness which is grounded to the bed. If you unplug the rear harness the truck will not start unless the black ground wire is attached to the chassis.

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