Question about Chevrolet S 10
General comment: Most automotive wiring uses the body for the ground wire. Where is the ground? ... In the bolt or screw that fastens the motor to the car body. If the motor is mounted on rubber, as in isolated from the body, ... there should be a ground ... make one ... it can be attached from a good solid body connection to any part of the metal body of the motor. Get a wire and a screw, drill a hole in the body, wrap the sire around it securely ... fasten it to any part of the WSW motor.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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