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Chevy 1500 engine 5.7, braided ground metal wire. goes to what?

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This is a ground wire. it goes from body to engine

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Get a Viper 5900, it has a 1 mile + range
Or a viper 5601 has a 2000 ft range.

Bulldog is DIY and entry level stuff. You cant expect much from them.

The wire antennas work the best when they are stretched out. Not wadded in a ball or in a loop. If you have to loop it use figure 8's. Try streatching it up the "A" pillar and in the headliner across the top of the windshield. Also, do not ground the antenna, and let the end hang.

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