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Where is the ground wire to body on 2000 ford focus

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If all the car is working fine no problem!
there should be a lead from the negative terminal on the battery
it will go to the motor
on some cars thre is also a small wire on east west front wheel driven from battery to transmisson housing

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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